Nasteho (L), an student in the SF2020 program and Muna (R), a youth and family advocate with SF2020 | UWCW
Successful Families 2020
Successful Families 2020 (SF2020) is a collaborative program established by United Way, with the goal of ensuring successful outcomes for kids of color and their families in Multnomah County.
Judy Strand with Metropolitan Family Service (MFS) (transcript)
SF2020 provides direct support from culturally-specific and culturally-responsive organizations in Reynolds and David Douglas School Districts as a strategy to increase high school graduation rates. The partner organizations include Self Enhancement Inc. (SEI) Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA), Latino Network (LN), Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO), Metropolitan Family Service (MFS) as well as Multnomah County. For the 2018-19 school year, 81% of SF2020 students graduated on-time compared to 75% of all students in the SF2020 schools.