The Livingston County Workforce Development Authority (LCOWD) has launched a public survey to gauge the needs of residents living in poverty in their communities.
The results of the survey will be used to direct funds from LCOWD’s Community Service Block Grants to programs that most closely address identified needs. Community Services Block Grants are federally funded programs that fund services aimed at alleviating poverty in underfunded communities.
LCOWD Director Ryan Snyder said: “Diverse Communities He gathered feedback from his members to better understand the unique challenges faced by those living in poverty here, and to develop targeted, responsive policies that address their most important needs. We want to develop effective programs and services.”
This survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete and will be available until February 15, 2023. All responses are kept anonymous and used to inform the development of new programs and services and to evaluate the effectiveness of existing services. anti-poverty initiative. To participate in the survey, please visit the survey page linked here.
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