On November 1, 2013 we had our first Citywide TAY Advisory Board (CTAB) meeting. It was focused on informing the utilization and access of healthcare services for TAY women. Because of this topic we split up our advisory board into two groups, the males focused on testing and improving features of our resource website SF4TAY.org as well
About TAYSF:Four years since the Mayor’s Transitional Youth Task Force, TAYSF’s mission to improve the system of support for disconnected young adults remains vital to our City’s future, and we applaud the Mayor’s Office and DCYF for taking on the responsibility of seeing it through. As the work moves into DCYF, we are especially thrilled to launch a new online resource directory--SF4Tay.org--in collaboration with TAYSF’s City-wide Transitional Age Youth Advisory Board. Designed by and for young adults, SF4Tay.org includes comprehensive and up-to-date listings of all programs and services available to disconnected 16-24 year-olds on one central site. TAYSF Team: Jose-Luis Mejia, email@example.com. Glenn Eagleson, firstname.lastname@example.org. Justin Slaughter, email@example.com.
|Transitional Youth Providers Guide||TAYSF Progress Report 2011|
Tues., 11/5 thru Thurs., 11/14: “Our Children, Our City” community meetings to help shape the future of Children’s Fund and Public Education Enrichment Fund.