The Service Community Assessment of Needs (SCAN)

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SCAN 2012

The Monroe County (Indiana) Needs and Capacity Assessment

The Service Community Assessment of Needs report (SCAN) provides comprehensive, valid and reliable information about the human service needs and capacity of Monroe County and presents information useful to nonprofit administrators, program planners, policy makers, and grant writers serving Monroe, Owen and Greene Counties.

Download the Final 2012 Report (Entire Document )

Table of Contents

0. About SCAN 2012

1.  Profile of the Region
Region at a Glance
Population Change
Population Age
Population Racial Composition
Languages Spoken
Minority Populations in Monroe County

2.  Human Services Organizations
Nonprofit Profile
Nonprofit Service Needs and Capacity
Operations and Governance
Information Technology and Communication
Human Resources
Financial Resources
Current Resources

3.  Education
Education Attainment
Early Childhood Education
K-12 Education
Adult Education
Current Resources

4.  Earning a Living
Finding and Keeping Job
A Good Place to Live: Housing
Banking and Asset Development
Building Self-Sufficiency
Economic Challenges Facing the Vulnerable Populations
Service Providers

5.  A Healthy Community
Prenatal Care and Infant Health
Youth and Teens
Current Resources

6. Youth Development
Physical Health and Safety
Support for Academic Achievement
Vulnerable Youth
Mentoring and Engagement
Economic Self-Sufficiency
Contextual Environment
Current Resources    

7. Meeting Essential Needs
Hunger and Food Insecurity
Emergency and Transitional Shelter
Community and Personal Safety
Crisis Services
Legal Assistance
Current Resources
Opportunities and Challenges

Download the SCAN 2003 Report.

For more local information, visit our Community Statistics.

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