TRACKING AND MEASURING WHAT WE VALUE AS A COMMUNITY
HIGHLIGHTING LOCAL INITIATIVES
FINDING COMMUNITY RESOURCES
BUILDING & SHARING
Designed as a springboard for community conversations and future research, the study is an initial attempt to capture the singular and collective capital of a sample of Forsyth County’s Faith-Based Community Organizations.
Read it here.
Source: Forsyth Futures
Date: April 25, 2013
Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines announced Tuesday that the county’s population of chronically homeless people has decreased 58 percent since 2005, according to the 2013 “Point in Time” count.
Read the MPR: Homelessness 2013.
Source: Winston-Salem Journal
Date: March 27, 2013
Dr. Pam Silberman, president and CEO of the North Carolina Institute of Medicine and publisher of the NCMJ, discussed “Implementing the Affordable Care Act in North Carolina: 2013 Update” today at the 3rd Annual Health Care Reform Conversation, which was hosted by Forsyth Futures and HealthCare Access. See her presentation here.
Date: March 21, 2013
This issue brief looks at the issue of rape and other forms of sexual assault and the the ramifications it has for women and our community. Read the issue brief.
Source: Women's Fund of Winston-Salem
Date: Spring 2013
Overview of demographic shifts in Forsyth County from 1990 to 2010. Read More
This report provides a description of the homelessness indicator, identifies measures of homelessness and key findings, and examines what is needed in Forsyth County to continue to make progress.
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