Advancing Positive Outcomes For Young People

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Working Together

To advance positive, cradle-to-career outcomes for ALL young people.

All Kids. Our Future.

Achieve Brown County convenes, facilitates and supports the collaborative efforts of businesses, non-profits, schools, government agencies and individual community members to create a truly equitable Brown County in which ALL young people have what they need to succeed in school, work and life. Together, we help young people realize their highest potential by:

Our Process

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Shared Community Vision

Build and maintain a shared community vision and common framework for measurably improving outcomes from cradle to career.

Our Process

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Evidence-Based Decision Making

Collect, research and analyze community data to paint a complete picture of what’s going on with young people and inform and guide collective decision-making.

Our Process

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Collaborative Action

Alignment on and pursuit of sustainable, collaborative action that makes the biggest difference and affects systems change.

Making a Difference

* Brown County is the only community in the country where this exists.

Built and populated a Community Information System for combining individual record-level data from entities across public, private and education sectors*
Convened and facilitated a partnership between all three county health care systems to develop and implement a standardized system of developmental screening and care*
Convened and facilitated a partnership between four of the county’s eight school districts to develop and implement a standardized system of mentoring*
Created the conditions for community-led collective impact that have led to significant improvements in five of six outcomes critical to the success of Brown County youth

By the Numbers

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Ages Prenatal-5

Kindergarten Readiness

Ages 5-18

High School Graduation

Ages 10-18

Post Secondary Enrollment

Ages 18-24

Post Secondary Completion

Ages 18-26

Employment

Ages 5-26

Civic Engagement