The Working Families Success Network is composed of national funders and service delivery organizations that embrace the Integrated Services Delivery (ISD) approach.
Four intermediary organizations — Achieving the Dream, Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), MDC, Inc., and United Way Worldwide — support integrated service delivery through two platforms: 1) community-based organizations (CBOs) and 2) community colleges.
LISC supports integrated service delivery through its network of Financial Opportunity Centers (FOCs) or Centers for Working Families (CWFs) along with a few community colleges. The United Way Worldwide supports integrated service delivery through CBOs, Sparkpoint Centers, local United Ways and a few community colleges.
Achieving the Dream and MDC support service delivery through funding and technical services to 35 community colleges.
Click on the links below to read case studies that illustrate the ways in which community-based organizations and community colleges approach integrated service delivery.