Strategy 1.1 Access to basic needs and 4 more...less...

UWSC-funded: % of households connected to mainstream benefits (such as WIC, SNAP, Title 19, Medicaid, etc)

Strategy 1.4: Grow knowledge of community resources to help meet basic needs

FS-PM 1.4b: % of individuals connected to mainstream benefits (such as WIC, SNAP, Title 19, Medicaid, etc)

FS-PM 1.4b: % of individuals connected to mainstream benefits (such as WIC, SNAP, Title 19, Medicaid, etc)

FS-PM 1.4b: % of individuals connected to mainstream benefits (such as WIC, SNAP, Title 19, Medicaid, etc)

43.9%FY 2021

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Story Behind the Curve

September 2021: This represents 1,079 individuals connected to mainstream benefits due to our partners' work! These connections mean Story County households have gained access to valuable supports as they work to increase their financial stability.

Partners

The data reported here is an aggregate of data from the following funded programs: The Bridge Home (Shelter, Transitional Housing, Rapid Rehousing), MICA (SCFD Food Pantry), The Salvation Army (Homelessness Prevention program), YSS (Transitional Living). 

Please note that a number of these programs have just started consistently counting the number of individuals connected to mainstream benefits. Therefore, the % reported here should be understood as a major undercounting of the actual connections being made. It is anticipated that a more accurate view will be available with reporting for FY19-20 and beyond.

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