This is the first session of a four part series offering a deep dive into the community needs assessment process – from planning for a comprehensive, agency-wide needs assessment, to the research, analysis, and communication of the assessment.
Presenters will highlight various tools featured in the Planning Guide that agencies can use to gain a deeper understanding of their clients’ financial lives, determine which financial capability services would be most effective.
Rural IMPACT Monthly Web Meeting Held on April 14, 2017
Special presentation by Kevin Kelly, Director of Community Economic Development of the Community Action Partnership on Rural Job Creation and Economic Development Strategies.
Dr. Dayna Long, Pediatrician at UCSF Benioff Children''s Hospital Oakland, will lead a discussion on who should conduct the assessment or screening, where it takes place, what questions to ask, how to ask the questions, and ways to collect the data
This webinar will feature a discussion on the importance of understanding your own current data collection processes and include a way for you to compare your processes with those of agencies who have begun to establish a data-centered organization.
Watch this webinar to learn more about how techniques such as the Theory of Aligned Contributions and Mutually Reinforcing Activities can be used to bring results, as well as examine community level indicators and measurement techniques
This webinar will encourage participants to consider what outcomes you have for specific populations, the data elements that support this, and how program outcomes come together to create agency outcomes.
This webinar will examine persistent institutional racism throughout our society, how it has evolved, how our own unconscious behavior helps to perpetuate it, how it weakens our entire society, and how we can confront it.
What does your agency need to know to consider or enhance community level work? Watch this webinar to explore the criteria of community level work. An agency example, as well as the release of a new publication will be shared.
Webinar participants will learn about Building Financial Capability: A Planning Guide for Integrated Services, an interactive tool that walks organizations through developing a plan to incorporate financial capability services into existing programs.
Presenters from ICF International will provide an overview of the theory behind two-generation anti-poverty, highlight resources on two-generation programs, and provide tips on translating the research into effective practice.
This webinar presented by Garrett County Community Action Committee, CAP Tulsa, and the Administration for Children and Families provided CAAs with information on what 2Gen is and the potential benefits of the approach.
Watch this webinar to learn more about the new Community Action Economic Mobility Initiative. The Annie E. Casey Foundation awarded a grant of $250,000 to the Partnership to design and implement the Community Action Economic Mobility Initiative.