Financial Report



Time Period

The Financial Report reflects the financial activities undertaken from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010. 

Service Integration

The Every Child Counts Strategic Plan mandates that service delivery programs be designed with a multidisciplinary, integrated service approach where Family Support Services are linked to and integrated with Early Care and Education services and Community Grants. The identification of these programs in the fiscal context assists in financial planning and fiscal monitoring.



Funding from: Alameda County General Services Agency Child Care Planning Counsel for AB 212 Compensation/Retention funds; First 5 California School Readiness grant for expanded services in neighborhoods with schools with low API scores;  Alameda County Public Health for shared costs of an interagency data system; Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services for the Children’s SART (Screening, Assessment, Referral and Treatment) Pathways referral system; First 5 Contra Costa County for provideing Hospital Outreach services at Alta Bates, referring Families to home visiting services in Contra Costa County; two federal earmarks for development of cohort model at a community college for Early Care and Education and Children’s SART system of care.

** Funding from Investments ($1,471,102) and miscellaneous revenue ($281,976).


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