Madera County’s investment in having meaningful partnerships, authentic engagement, and collaboration has resulted in a robust plan. Madera County has demonstrated meaningful partnership through numerous stakeholder workgroups, fostering a deeper relationship with Tribal Nations and native community leaders and hosting around 40 participants in the Statewide Collaborative Prevention Convening. Madera County plans to develop the Community HOPE Network, which provides a holistic approach, organized, supportive services, and resources for all children and families. Madera County has selected Family Check-Up, Healthy Families America, Motivational Interviewing (Cross-Cutting), and Parents as Teachers as their EBPs. The County plans to ensure that their tribal families have equal access to services and that these services are customized and adapted to meet their needs by evaluating their selected EBPs with tribal governments to include adaption as allowed per Administration for Children and Families (ACF) Information Memorandum (ACYF-CB-IM-21-04). Read the Madera Comprehensive Prevention Plan.