The Economic Security of Older Women in Maine Report presents a snapshot of how women compare to men on measures such as wages and income, caregiving status, and rates of disability.
The vision of the Maine Shared Community Health Needs Assessment is to turn health data into action so that Maine will become the healthiest state in the U.S.
A summary of WCAPs 2020 program activity and organizational finances. Click the the button below to download or view this item.
Profile of Waldo County’s community needs, which was produced through a statewide community needs assessment done by Maine Community Action Partnership.
Maine KIDS COUNT, a project of the Maine Children’s Alliance, has been part of the national KIDS COUNT network since 1994. KIDS COUNT puts together the most recent, reliable data available on the well-being of children in Maine and in the nation.
An assessment of Waldo County’s need in the areas of income, employment, education, youth, self-sufficiency, housing, and health. Click the button below to download or view this item.
This update to the Waldo Community Action Partners Community Assessment was completed in May & June 2020 in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
A summary of WCAPs 2019 program activity and organizational finances. Click the the button below to download or view this item.