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2015 Report on Poverty in Oregon

The Community Action Partnership of Oregon and Oregon Housing and Community Services has produced this report, which is intended to provide policymakers, advocates, and the public with the information they need to understand poverty in their communities and work together to find ways to both support existing efforts to end poverty and develop new and innovative strategies for ensuring that no one suffers through hunger, homelessness or the stress of living in poverty.

2015 Annual Report on Poverty in Utah

Through this report, Community Action Partnership of Utah hopes to contribute to the ongoing discussions aimed at addressing these issues and eradicating poverty in our state.

Wisconsin Poverty Report: Poverty Rises in 2013 Despite Growth in Jobs

The Wisconsin Community Action Program Association supported the development of this report by the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. View the IRP webinar: The Wisconsin Poverty Report: How a state-level poverty measure can be used to advance poverty measurement and policy.

2014 OACAA Poverty Report

In cooperation with Community Research Partners, the Ohio Association of Community Action Agencies has released the State of Poverty in Ohio Report, which aims to illustrate the effects of poverty in an effort to understand economic hardships today and over the last fifty years.

2014 Annual Report on Poverty in Utah

Community Action Partnership of Utah publishes the Annual Report on Poverty with the goal of providing a broad perspective of poverty in Utah. Through this report, Community Action Partnership of Utah hopes to contribute to the ongoing discussions aimed at addressing these issues and eradicating poverty in our state.

2013 Idaho Poverty Report

This report from the Community Action Partnership Association of Idaho includes in-depth reviews of the economic and well-being factors in each county. Living Wage & Typical Monthly Expenses are also featured.

Wisconsin Poverty Report: Jobs Recover to Help Reduce Poverty in 2012

The Wisconsin Community Action Program Association supported the development of this report by the Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Also featured is an IRP webinar: An Intelligent Consumer’s Guide to Poverty Measurement, which includes information on the Wisconsin Poverty Report.

2014 State of the State of Poverty in Missouri

The Missourians to End Poverty Coalition has published the 2014 State of the State of Poverty in Missouri Report to identify some of the key issues surrounding poverty in Missouri and to identify some potential solutions to those problems – solutions that could significantly cut poverty in Missouri.

2013 Annual Report on Poverty in Utah

The 2013 Annual Report on Poverty in Utah is part of the Community Action Partnership of Utah’s ongoing efforts to contribute to a broader and more comprehensive understanding of the issues affecting our state’s socioeconomically disadvantaged populations.

North Carolina Poverty Report

This report from the North Carolina Community Action Association provides “a road map” to real solutions from the perspective of real people and community action leaders.

Connecticut Poverty Report

Meeting the Challenge: The Dynamics of Poverty in Connecticut…is one step toward describing, statistically and anecdotally, and in narrative and graphic form, just how deep and wide the conditions of poverty are that exist in Connecticut. Recommendations are offered for making Connecticut a place where all citizens do not just survive—they thrive.

State of Working Georgia 2012

This report brings together a wide range of data on jobs, incomes, poverty, health insurance, and other economic conditions to explore the most important question facing Georgia’s leaders: how are ordinary working Georgians, the engine behind the state’s economy, faring?

2012 Kansas Hunger Atlas

The Kansas Hunger Atlas represents an effort to document, at the county level, the depth of food insecurity and hunger and related community characteristics, and to provide community partners in the fight against hunger the tools and information that will help them to most effectively develop and implement community-level interventions.

Poverty in Maine Update

This Poverty in Maine Update has been prepared by the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center at the University of Maine for the Maine Community Action Association.