Seedco is proud to announce we have been selected as one of the United Way of the Mid-South’s Care Coordination Hubs through their ‘Driving the Dream’ initiative in Memphis, Tennessee.

The United Way of the Mid-South explains that “Driving The Dream is aligned with the two‐generation (“2Gen”) whole family service delivery model that has  been implemented within the Tennessee Department of Human Services. Known as ‘2Gen for Tennessee,’ this approach is consistent with the 2Gen service delivery model, which focuses on creating opportunities  for and addressing the needs of both adults and the children in their lives together. The 2Gen approach recognizes that families come in all different shapes and sizes and that families define themselves.  Our goal is to implement the 2Gen framework within the DTD partner agencies client intake and service delivery model, where all DTD programs are aligned and in synch – ensuring 2Gen tactics are applied when working  with all customers in all aspects of case management and service delivery.

All Driving the Dream partners are trained to employ the Transitions to Success® care model and utilize the Arizona Self-Sufficiency Matrix. Partners also centralize information, access client data, track client progress, and make/receive referrals through CoactionNet (a local, shared, web-based database).

Driving the Dream (DTC) Care Coordination Hubs are agencies in the network that employ care coordinators. These Care Coordinators work with individuals to create the “Map of My Dreams”  (care plan), refer families to appropriate services, and provide overall service coordination, coaching and support. The Hubs are housed at partner agency sites alongside their core programs, which increases access and eases stress for families seeking DTD services. The 2019 Care Coordination Hub partner agencies are Seedco, Catholic Charities of West Tennessee, Porter-Leath and Meritan.”

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