Continue to work on your community needs assessment plan. You will begin by defining at least two goals for your plan that your team will help you carry out. The goals should be 1–2 sentences in length, align to the vision statement that you wrote in Week 4, and reflect the desired outcomes of your plan. One example of a goal is to provide community recreational facilities for children who are unsupervised after school. Another example of a goal is to provide survivors of domestic violence with cell phones for emergency use.
In addition to defining goals, you will identify data sources that your team would use to gain a better understanding of the magnitude of the problem, what has been done to address it, and what gaps exist. For example, if there is a high rate of recidivism among people who were recently released from prison in your community, you may want to review laws and policies related to re-entry and parole, statistics about unemployment rates among this population, and the number of available halfway houses in your community.
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