A number of tasks are involved in planning for and administering Title I, Part D (Part D), funding. Each year the key tasks that Part D coordinators are responsible for include:
This page provides resources and tools that Part D coordinators at every level of program administration can use to plan for and fund programs for youth who are neglected or delinquent (N or D).
Describes the tasks involved in the Annual Count process for State Title I, Part D (Part D), programs and provides tools and resources to help Part D coordinators comply with Federal requirements while implementing each task.
Provides assistance with conducting needs assessments, developing and reviewing applications, and creating formal agreements between agencies. Presents an overview of the steps involved and provides resources and hands-on tools to help coordinators comply with Federal requirements while implementing each task. Available in full in PDF format, and each tool is also available separately in editable Word format.
Discusses the processes and protocols involved in administering and determining formula counts for Title I, Part D, funding allocations - emphasizing the importance of maintaining the purpose of the Part D program; the need to provide ongoing technical assistance; and the significance of forming and maintaining quality relationships at all levels of funding.