NLIHC’s annual report, Out of Reach, documents the gap between wages and the price of housing across the United States. The report’s Housing Wage is an estimate of the hourly wage that a full-time worker must earn to afford a modest and safe rental home with spending more than 30% of his or her income on rent and utility costs. An interactive map provides access to state and local data.
Community Action of Nebraska launched the 2016 Community Assessment Survey in August 2016, mailing 10,000 surveys to residents across the state of Nebraska…With this survey, Community Action aims to discover the most pressing challenges Nebraskans face so that Community Action Agencies across the state will be better equipped to address those challenges.
The report from Community Action Nebraska compiles results from more than 2,000 completed surveys asking about issues related to: employment status and type; the number of hours worked; barriers to employment and training needs; types of education and training opportunities needed to improve employment; perceived access to education and training opportunities; and overall satisfaction with their workplace, compensation, and job satisfaction.
Community Action of Nebraska launched the 2013 Community Assessment Survey in July 2013, mailing 10,000 surveys to residents across the state of Nebraska. With this survey, Community Action aims to discover the most pressing challenges Nebraskans face so that Community Action Agencies across the state will be better equipped to address those challenges.
Community Action of Nebraska and the nine Community Action Agencies in Nebraska have released the results of their 2012 Statewide and Regional Community Assessment on Employment, Barriers to Employment and Training Needs.
West Virginia Community Action Partnership releases its statewide community needs assessment – Believing in West Virginia – Assess Needs. Connect People. Take Action.
The 2011 Statewide Community Needs Assessment Report looks at the Indiana Community Action Network comprehensively and evaluates how Community Action is meeting community needs statewide. Individualized needs assessment brochures have also been created for each of the 23 CAAs in Indiana.