Basic Needs

Basic Needs

A total of 11 priority areas were developed with information gathered from community conversations, 2-1-1 data, and stakeholder engagement. These priority areas reflect the investments CAUW will make through direct service programs in the 2019-2022 funding cycle that runs from July 1, 2019 – June 30, 2022.  Below are the Basic Needs Priority Areas. 

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Basic Needs Priority Areas

Access to Food: number of meals served; amount of food distributed directly to individuals and families

  • United We Feed

Access to Emergency Shelter: number of shelter nights; increasing access to temporary housing; emergency assistance to prevent eviction/homelessness

Access to Transportation: increasing transportation solutions for individuals

Access to Family Supports: increasing access to short term supports for families to create stability