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Organization: DFO Community Corrections

Sector: Collective ; Government Agency

Organization Mission: DFO Community Corrections’ is a three county Community Corrections Act agency that provides a wide range of client and community services impacting adult and juvenile clients in Dodge, Fillmore, and Olmsted County. DFO staff work with clients to develop and implement a case plan that is individualized based on client need. Case plans may include, but are not limited to; office based cognitive behavioral interventions, cognitive skills groups, employment assistance, as well as referrals to providers for mental health, chemical dependency treatment, and other services that may be needed. The goal of supervision is to offer meaningful opportunities for clients to make changes that better themselves and lessen the likelihood of returning to the criminal justice system in the future. For more information, click the following link to review our most current Comprehensive Plan. Starting with 4 members in early 2016, our network of people passionate about UX/UI in this region has grown rapidly. By providing opportunities for people to connect, share, and learn, we hope to keep the momentum going.

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March 21, 2024: Requests for Action Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Action Plan

City Council Approved Requests for City Council Approval of two DEI Contracts: 

Contract 1: 2024: Professional Development: Cultural Humility Series $41.3K; 

Contact 2 : Critical Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (JEDI) Audit ($30K); Cultural Humility Professional Development Series: Digging Deeper $13.5K ;  

Video clip of council discussions and voting and related info about GoodEnough.

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March 19, 2024: Action Request March 18, 2024
Comment at the 3/18/2024 City Council Meeting:

To act on September 21, 2020 council resolutions for the city staff to develop a Intercultural City action plan.  

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March 13, 2024: DEED Funding Opportunities and Workforce Training Available for Minnesota Employers
Funding Opportunities: DEI for Small Employers, Targeted Populations Capacity Building

Employer subsidies: 1. The state of Minnesota Job Skills Partnership (MJSP) program offers grants to help train or retrain your workforce.; .2. New Minnesota Fund Reimburses Employers for Costs of Reasonable Accommodations

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March 04, 2024: City Council: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Updates; Housing; International Relations

DEI Presentation Topics: Language Access and Accessibility; Equity in the Built Environment; 2024 Initiatives

Economic Development Incentives for Housing

Mayor Updates: Black History Month, Luther College: Mutable City; International Relations Committee

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January 25, 2024: Announcing two new part-time roles to ensure accessible services to all communities.

Two parttime roles

Community Connector – Somali Speaking

Community Connector – Spanish Speaking

 

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January 10, 2024: Trade Readiness

1. PB Reporting Empowering 11th-grade students

2. Trade Readiness: Message from program manager and program flyers; Trades Readiness Certificate program

3. Video recording at Jan 10. 2024 Equity Alliance Talk 

4. Star Tribune Feb 17, 2024 Reporting

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November 30, 2023: BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive
BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive on behalf of LifeGate Services. 

 

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September 29, 2023: Technology Referendum for the Rochester schools
1. Post Bulletin: Rochester 10 Year, $ 10M+ school funding referendum Op ED PB: Kent Pekel: "Why I recommended a technology referendum for the Rochester schools"; 2. School Board Study Session; 3. Official YouTube Presentation

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August 18, 2023: RCTC/Perkins CMRC Report
Emmright general contractor working with CERT, Pamoja Women, ACHLA, Rochester Cambodian Association, Journie, and OpenBeam submitted final report to RCTC. 

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August 01, 2023: Joint Studies on tackling Racism as a Public Health Issue
 1. Joint Study earning national achievement award; 2. Olmsted County Public Health interlocking with CMRC on collaboration actions

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April 25, 2023: Rochester Public Schools Strategic Plan 2022
1. 2022 Strategic Plan and extracted sections. 2. RPS Strategic Plan Building Blocks 

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February 25, 2023: Use of "America City for Health" as moniker to attract DMC investment

Feb 2023 Business Development status; Nov. 2021 Presentation to DMCC Board in November 2021 Board Meeting. Focus on attracting more companies coming in.  America City for Health as lead generation asset. 

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October 08, 2022: Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans (CAPM)
2022 Community Priorities Survey. Let your voice be heard. 

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