Nevada County Adult & Family Services Commission will convene two Community
Forums (December 6th in Truckee at the Joseph Government Center upstairs in the Truckee Donner Room from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. and December 7th in Nevada City at the Nevada County Government Center upstairs in the Empire Room from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon) to accept input on the needs of the impoverished in Nevada County.
Interested Nevada County residents, including representatives of community
organizations and service providers, are invited to participate and share their
views regarding the needs of very low-income populations of all ages. The
information gathered at the Forums will contribute to the needs assessment
process required as a part of the 2020/21 Community Action Plan (CAP). The CAP
is part of the application process for ongoing Community Services Block Grant
(CSBG) funding for supportive service programs.
may be directed to the broad issues of poverty, unemployment, educational
attainment, health, nutrition, housing, homelessness, crime rates,
transportation, incidents of delinquency, obstacles and problems that block the
achievement of self-sufficiency (family and individual), and economic
opportunity. More generally, the County would like to hear ideas about services
or programs that assist low-income populations in achieving self-sufficiency.
Supporting data is encouraged.
who wish to speak at a Forum will be allowed 5 minutes to make his/her
presentation. A sign-up sheet for speakers will be provided at the door. The
County of Nevada, and the Adult & Family Services Commission, has requested
that all who testify also provide written testimony at the meeting. For more information see the flyer
you are unable to attend this meeting and would like to share your input in
written form, please contact Suzi Kochems at (530) 228-7811 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will provide
you a paper version of the needs assessment, otherwise, the links are below.
Organization & Partner Survey