On December 3, 2014, the Cuyahoga County government launched the “Partnering for Family Success Program,” a county-level pay-for-success (PFS) project valued at $5 million over five years, in partnership with FrontLine Service. The Partnering for Family Success Program focuses on the combined areas of homelessness and child welfare. FrontLine Service will deliver intensive 12-15 month intervention to 135 families over five years to reduce the length of stay in out-of-home foster care placement for children whose families are homeless. The goal is to reduce the number of out-of-home foster care days by . . .

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