The Community Needs Assessment will include various methods of gathering input, such as client surveys, a general public web-based survey, key stakeholder interviews, and demographic research and analysis. One of the most critical opportunities for individuals to be included in this process is at the Community Workshop.
“We want to hear from our residents about the needs they see in our community,” said Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell. “Everyone’s opinion matters, and in this case, we have found that community generated solutions are best. We’re inviting all residents and interested parties to come out and spend a few hours making a real difference for Tempe.”
Who: Tempe residents, business and community members, social service agencies, public/elected officials, and anyone interested in ensuring resources are provided for their neighbors in need.
What: Community Needs Assessment Workshop as it relates to human services
When: Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015 from 8:30 – noon
Where: Professional Learning Center at Bustoz, 2020 E. Carson Drive in Tempe
To register for the workshop, visit TempeCommunityCouncil.org. Seating is limited. For questions or comments, please contact TCC Community Impact Manager, Caterina Mena, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480.858.2311.
About Tempe Community Council Tempe Community Council brings our community together – including government, nonprofits, faith groups and residents – to provide support to Tempeans in need, to plan for present and future needs, and to build a lasting foundation for future generations.