To improve outcomes for Alameda County’s low income and vulnerable children and their families through cross system collaboration.
Core functions include the facilitation and staffing of the three ICPC governance bodies, Executive Committee, Steering Committee, and General Body. Major programs/initiatives include the Alameda County Sexually Exploited Minors Service Network; Juvenile Justice/Gender Responsive Services Task Force; Cascading Mentorship /Youth Development School Linked Services; and supporting the development of TAY services and the SSA Title IV-E Waiver reform efforts.
About Inter-Agency Children’s Policy Council (ICPC)
ICPC is an interagency network of private and public children and youth centered service providers who come together to:
1. Foster communication by providing a forum for discussing issues impacting children and families.
2. Facilitate collaboration through joint planning and research efforts that inform a collective vision for Alameda County children, youth and families.
3. Advance the values, policies and practices of effective cross systems collaboration.
4. Create strategic alliances among key public and private stakeholders to support innovative programs, services and funding strategies.
5. Promote systems accountability and performance measures that support the evaluation of children and family services in Alameda County.