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Community Assessments: Using Data to Guide Program Selection and Implementation

February 8, 2018 • 1 min read

This 4-page tip sheet breaks down the community assessment process into 5 general steps. It describes strategies that will increase the quality of the process. Examples are provided for each step of the assessment process.

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