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Conducting a Community Assessment: A Capacity Builder’s Resource Library

September 29, 2017 • 1 min read

National Resource Center (2010)

The findings from an assessment will define the extent of the needs that exist in a community and the depth of the assets available within the community to address those needs. This understanding of needs and assets can be used to strategically plan and deliver relevant, successful, and timely services. The Conducting a Community Assessment guidebook will be helpful to any organization or coalition of organizations that wants to know what assets and needs exist within its community.

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