Statewide Dashboard Most difficult service areas to refer: Housing



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Statewide Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral Health

  • Transportation



Major barriers to making referrals:

Outcome domains of primary concern:

Underserved populations:

  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income individuals/families

  • Undocumented immigrants



The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:

  • Family support 31%

  • Education 22%

  • Health and Nutrition 20%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 9%

  • Community Leader 6%

  • Domestic Violence 2%

  • Parent Advocate 1%

  • Criminal Justice 0.2%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 65 individuals between birth to 2

  • 56 individuals between 2-5

  • 33 individuals between 5-12

  • 158 individuals between 12-19

  • 57 adult individuals

  • 21 “other” individuals

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-17%

  • Well-46%

  • Poorly-16%

  • Don’t know-16%

  • Very poorly-6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:


Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of detox & treatment resources

  • Lack of funding & staff capacity

  • Youth/teen education

Exemplary home visiting

Programs (unbiased*):


  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Families

  • Visiting Nurse Association


Boston Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral Health

  • Legal Services

  • ESOL



Major barriers to making referrals:

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Community/family violence



Underserved populations:

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 36%

  • Education 9%

  • Health and Nutrition 18%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 14%

  • Substance Abuse 15%

  • Community Leader 4%

  • Domestic Violence 1%

  • Parent Advocate 1%

  • Criminal Justice 1%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 7 individuals between birth to 2

  • 6 individuals between 2-5

  • 7 individuals between 5-12

  • 29 individuals between 12-19

  • 13 adult individuals

  • 3 “other” individuals

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-10%

  • Well-45%

  • Poorly-22%

  • Don’t know-13%

  • Very poorly-10%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

  • Quality & cohesion of services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of Detox & treatment resources

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

  • Youth/teen education

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Baby Healthy Child

  • Early Head Start


Brockton Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Capacity to serve new clients

  • Client ineligibility

  • Financial & insurance-related

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Community/family violence

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Low income families

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 39%

  • Education 22%

  • Health and Nutrition 6%

  • Substance Abuse 17%

  • Community Leader 6%

  • Domestic Violence 11%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 3 individuals between birth to 2

  • 2 individuals between 2-5

  • 1 individual between 5-12

  • 7 individuals between 12-19

  • 2 adult individuals

  • 1 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-28%

  • Well-33%

  • Poorly-6%

  • Don’t know-28%

  • Very poorly-6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Housing resources

  • Awareness & access

  • Quality of services

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Therapy & transitioning resources

  • Family education

  • Youth/teen education

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention



Chelsea Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Job training

  • Basic & Emergency needs

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Lack of capacity to serve new clients

  • Client ineligibility

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

  • Child care services

  • Fear of government

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Vulnerable populations

  • Community/family violence

Underserved populations:



  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Recent immigrants

  • Unemployed

  • Low income families

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 18%

  • Education 12%

  • Health and Nutrition 29%

  • Substance Abuse 6%

  • Community Leader 18%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 12%

  • Parent Advocate 6%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 2 individuals between birth to 2

  • 2 individuals between 2-5

  • 0 individual between 5-12

  • 9 individuals between 12-19

  • 3 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-25%

  • Well-31%

  • Poorly-25%

  • Don’t know-13%

  • Very poorly-6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Early childhood services

  • Lack of services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding & capacity

  • Awareness & access to services

  • Lack of services

Exemplary home visiting

Programs (unbiased*):




Everett Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Youth/Teen services



Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Youth/Teen services

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Parenting stressors

  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Child education & performance

Underserved populations:



  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Homeless families

  • Low income families

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 33%

  • Education 17%

  • Health and Nutrition 22%

  • Substance Abuse 6%

  • Community Leader 11%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 6%

  • Parent Advocate 6%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 6 individuals between birth to 2

  • 2 individuals between 2-5

  • 0 individual between 5-12

  • 4 individuals between 12-19

  • 1 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-11%

  • Well-44%

  • Poorly-6%

  • Don’t know-33%

  • Very poorly-6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:


Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Youth/teen education

  • Lack of services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Healthy Families

  • Early Intervention

  • Visiting Nurse Association



Fall River Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Transportation

  • Housing

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

  • Client ineligibility

  • Client access to services

  • Child care services

  • Financial & insurance-related

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Community/family violence

  • Substance abuse

  • Child health

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

  • Unemployed

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 35%

  • Education 24%

  • Health and Nutrition 16%

  • Substance Abuse 11%

  • Community Leader 8%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 5%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 6 individuals between birth to 2

  • 5 individuals between 2-5

  • 2 individual between 5-12

  • 17 individuals between 12-19

  • 1 adult individuals

  • 3 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-35%

  • Well-46%

  • Poorly-5%

  • Don’t know-5%

  • Very poorly-8%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:


Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Awareness & access to services

  • Therapy & transitioning resources

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Families

  • Early Head Start


Fitchburg Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Transportation

  • Housing

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Client access to services

  • Capacity to serve new clients

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Community/family violence

  • Substance abuse

  • Vulnerable populations

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

  • Unemployed

  • Individuals with substance abuse issues

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 19%

  • Education 25%

  • Health and Nutrition 13%

  • Substance Abuse 13%

  • Community Leader 19%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 13%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 3 individuals between birth to 2

  • 3 individuals between 2-5

  • 2 individual between 5-12

  • 4 individuals between 12-19

  • 1 adult individuals

  • 1 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Well-81%

  • Don’t know-6%

  • Very poorly-13%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Child care services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Youth/teen education

  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Lack of services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention


Holyoke Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Transportation

  • Housing

  • Mental & behavioral services

  • Substance abuse


Major barriers to making referrals:

  • Transportation

  • Capacity to serve new clients

  • Client access to services


Outcome domains of primary concern:

  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Child education


Underserved populations:

  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

  • Pregnant or parenting teens

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 33%

  • Education 11%

  • Health and Nutrition 22%

  • Substance Abuse 17%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 17%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 2 individuals between birth to 2

  • 2 individuals between 2-5

  • 1 individual between 5-12

  • 10 individuals between 12-19

  • 0 adult individuals

  • 2 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-11%

  • Well-56%

  • Poorly-22%

  • Don’t know-11%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Teen parenting & pregnancy

  • Child care services

  • Maternal services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Awareness & access to services

  • Services for women

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Families

  • MSPCC



Lawrence Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental & behavioral services

  • Transportation

  • Adult Education

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Child care

  • Client ineligibility

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Community/family violence

  • Child education & performance

Underserved populations:



  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Homeless families

  • Low income families

  • Individuals with substance abuse issues

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 18%

  • Education 45%

  • Health and Nutrition 14%

  • Substance Abuse 5%

  • Mental and Behavioral health 5%

  • Community Leader 5%

  • Domestic Violence 5%

  • Parent Advocate 5%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 2 individuals between birth to 2

  • 4 individuals between 2-5

  • 1 individual between 5-12

  • 2 individuals between 12-19

  • 9 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-23%

  • Well-32%

  • Poorly-23%

  • Don’t know-23%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Quality of services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Awareness & access to services

  • Youth & teen education

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • MSPCC

Lowell Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Mental & behavioral services

  • Transportation

  • Housing

  • Child care services

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

  • Capacity to serve new clients

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Vulnerable populations

Underserved populations:



  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Homeless families

  • Low income families

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Recent immigrants

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 37%

  • Education 40%

  • Health and Nutrition 17%

  • Substance Abuse 3%

  • Domestic Violence 3%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 4 individuals between birth to 2

  • 4 individuals between 2-5

  • 1 individual between 5-12

  • 8 individuals between 12-19

  • 4 adult individuals

  • 3 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-23%

  • Well-40%

  • Poorly-17%

  • Don’t know-20%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Teen parenting & pregnancy

  • Quality of services

  • Awareness & access to services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Awareness & access to services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Visiting Nurse Association

  • Healthy Families


Lynn Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Transportation

  • Basic & Emergency needs

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Capacity to serve new clients

  • Financial & insurance-related

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Vulnerable populations

Underserved populations:



  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Homeless families

  • Recent immigrants

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 19%

  • Education 13%

  • Health and Nutrition 25%

  • Substance Abuse 25%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 13%

  • Parent Advocate 6%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 3 individuals between birth to 2

  • 1 individuals between 2-5

  • 0 individual between 5-12

  • 4 individuals between 12-19

  • 3 adult individuals

  • 1 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-13%

  • Well-56%

  • Poorly-25%

  • Don’t know-6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

  • Lack of funding/capacity

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Detox & treatment resources

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Healthy Families

  • Young Parent Support


New Bedford Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Transportation

  • Basic & Emergency needs

  • Job training

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Client ineligibility

  • Client access to services

  • Transportation

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Vulnerable populations

  • Child education & performance

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Unemployed

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 21%

  • Education 29%

  • Health and Nutrition 18%

  • Substance Abuse 12%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 12%

  • Domestic Violence 3%

  • Community Leader 6%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 4 individuals between birth to 2

  • 2 individuals between 2-5

  • 0 individual between 5-12

  • 15 individuals between 12-19

  • 7 adult individuals

  • 1 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-18%

  • Well-41%

  • Poorly-18%

  • Don’t know-21%

  • Very poorly 3%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Families

  • Young Parents Support [Child & Family Services]


North Adams Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Transportation

  • Basic & Emergency needs

Major barriers to making referrals:


Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Parenting stressors

  • Child health

  • Economic self-sufficiency

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Pregnant or parenting teens

  • Unemployed

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 50%

  • Education 25%

  • Health and Nutrition 8%

  • Substance Abuse 8%

  • Community Leader 8%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 1 individuals between birth to 2

  • 3 individuals between 2-5

  • 2 individual between 5-12

  • 5 individuals between 12-19

  • 0 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-25%

  • Well-33%

  • Poorly-25%

  • Don’t know-17%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Teen parenting & pregnancy

  • Lack of funding/capacity

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Youth/teen education

  • Therapy & transitioning resources

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Parent-Child Home

  • Early Intervention

  • Visiting Nurse Association

  • Child Care of the Berkshires


Pittsfield Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Transportation

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Youth/Teen services

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Child care services

  • Client access to services

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Parenting stressors

  • Child health

  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Child education & performance

Underserved populations:



  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

  • Pregnant or parenting teens

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 39%

  • Education 28%

  • Health and Nutrition 17%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 6%

  • Community Leader 11%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 5 individuals between birth to 2

  • 6 individuals between 2-5

  • 0 individual between 5-12

  • 4 individuals between 12-19

  • 0 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-17%

  • Well-50%

  • Poorly-22%

  • Don’t know-11%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

  • Maternal services

  • Teen parenting & pregnancy

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Detox & treatment resources

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Visiting Nurse Association

  • Healthy Families

  • Pediatric Development Center


Revere Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Child care services

  • Basic & Emergency needs

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Client ineligibility

  • Child care services

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Vulnerable populations

Underserved populations:



  • Low income families

  • Undocumented immigrants

  • Recent immigrants

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 13%

  • Education 40%

  • Health and Nutrition 33%

  • Community Leader 7%

  • Domestic Violence 7%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 1 individuals between birth to 2

  • 1 individuals between 2-5

  • 4 individual between 5-12

  • 3 individuals between 12-19

  • 2 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-13%

  • Well-47%

  • Poorly-7%

  • Very poorly 7%

  • Don’t know-27%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Youth & teen education

  • Services for women

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • ROCA

  • Housing Families


Southbridge Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Transportation

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Client access to services

  • Cultural & linguistic barriers

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Vulnerable populations

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Low income families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 62%

  • Education 23%

  • Health and Nutrition 15%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 2 individuals between birth to 2

  • 3 individuals between 2-5

  • 1 individual between 5-12

  • 5 individuals between 12-19

  • 0 adult individuals

  • 0 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-46%

  • Well-46%

  • Don’t know-8%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Awareness & access to services

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Family education

  • Youth & teen education

  • Lack of funding/capacity

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Healthy Families


Springfield Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Mental/Behavioral health

  • Transportation

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Transportation

  • Capacity to serve new clients

  • Client ineligibility

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Community/family violence

  • Parenting stressors

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Low income families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 28%

  • Education 12%

  • Health and Nutrition 23%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 16%

  • Substance Abuse 11%

  • Community Leader 9%

  • Domestic Violence 2%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 8 individuals between birth to 2

  • 5 individuals between 2-5

  • 8 individual between 5-12

  • 22 individuals between 12-19

  • 8 adult individuals

  • 4 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-7%

  • Well-51%

  • Don’t know-12%

  • Poorly 21%

  • Very poorly 9%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Quality of services

  • Child care resources

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Detox & treatment resources

  • Awareness & access to services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Early Intervention

  • Healthy Families


Worcester Dashboard
Most difficult service areas to refer:

  • Housing

  • Basic & Emergency needs

  • Transportation

Major barriers to making referrals:



  • Capacity to serve new clients

  • Transportation

  • Client access to services

Outcome domains of primary concern:



  • Economic self-sufficiency

  • Parenting stressors

  • Child education & performance

Underserved populations:



  • Homeless families

  • Individuals with mental health conditions

  • Low income families

  • Unemployed

  • Undocumented immigrants

The following was the break down for respondents’ area of work:



  • Family support 28%

  • Education 25%

  • Health and Nutrition 28%

  • Mental and Behavioral Health 3%

  • Substance Abuse 9%

  • Community Leader 3%

  • Parent Advocate 3%

The following is a break down for the number of individuals that are underserved, by age group:



  • 6 individuals between birth to 2

  • 5 individuals between 2-5

  • 3 individual between 5-12

  • 10 individuals between 12-19

  • 3 adult individuals

  • 2 “other” individual

The following is a break down of the level of maternal, infant, and early childhood services interaction with other programs:



  • Very well-16%

  • Well-47%

  • Don’t know-25%

  • Poorly 6%

  • Very poorly 6%

Gaps in maternal, infant & early childhood services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Housing

Gaps in substance abuse services:



  • Lack of funding/capacity

  • Youth & teen education

  • Lack of services

Exemplary home visiting Programs (unbiased*):



  • Healthy Families

  • MSPCC

  • Pernet Family Services


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