About Fulton County Partnership, Inc.
Our vision is a high quality of life with a bright and healthy future for all Fulton County Residents.
To promote a quality of life based on developing the fullest potential for children, families, and individuals by addressing the needs of residents through an integrated, collaborative, and comprehensive system of health, education, and human services in Fulton County, PA.
3rd Tuesday of the month currently at the American Legion Post 561
The Fulton County Partnership, Inc. (FCPI) originated as Fulton County Systems Reform. A group of dedicated individuals from Fulton County came together as a collaborative board, to identify and help meet the needs of Fulton County residents. The Fulton County Partnership was established in 1996 and incorporated in 1999. FCPI has evolved over the years and has become a very visible component of the human service system in Fulton County
What is the “Partnership”? FCPI is a non-profit collaborative organization that brings together decision makers from health and human service organizations, local government, businesses and local residents. The purpose of the organization is to assess the needs of Fulton County residents, and then identify and plan strategies to meet those needs. The organization strives to make services readily available, reduce or eliminate duplication of services, and to provide a forum for all those who have a stake in this county to work together to identify and solve problems.
What does the “Partnership” do?
The Fulton County Partnership originally existed solely to bring agencies together in a collaborative way to improve the quality of life for local residents. The Partnership still continues this collaborative process. Additionally, as various needs have been identified within the community, the Partnership established programs to meet some of those needs. Currently, the most visible services are the dental clinic and the transportation programs. (See the program list for more information).