What is Broome County ICP?
Broome County ICP represents a customer oriented system for delivering human services that builds on community and individual strengths and relies on standards, best practices, and outcomes that are valid and measurable. It seeks to accomplish this by combining several existing planning processes into a more streamlined and understandable process that guides the allocation and management of resources.
The leadership of several human services departments within Broome County government identified the need to integrate the planning and delivery of human services. They desired a mechanism for coordination and collaboration that would provide comprehensive services and minimize duplication. In order to integrate the planning process at the county level, Broome County's human services departments applied for and received a 5 year grant (see proposal - download Adobe Acrobat Reader to view) in 1998 from the NYS Office of Children and Family Services.
Investing our resources to build strong families and communities.
Our mission is to establish and maintain an integrated, interagency planning process that will effectively guide us in allocating and managing our human service resources.
Our view of effective integrated planning is centered on the following guiding principles: ICP Goals: Integration of the Broome County human service planning process: ICP Outcomes (2000-2003):
Guiding Principles, Goals & Outcomes
Our view of effective integrated planning is centered on the following guiding principles:
ICP Goals: Integration of the Broome County human service planning process:
ICP Outcomes (2000-2003):