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Homeless LGBTQ Youth

Forsyth Futures collected data that is included in an Urban Institute brief about LGBTQ homeless youth counted during the 2013 YouthCount!, a federal interagency initiative that aims to improve counts of unaccompanied homeless youth. .

Date: August 21, 2014
Source: Urban Institute

 

Mari Krane on defining poverty

Read the Op-Ed piece about defining poverty in Forsyth County here.

Date: September 7, 2014
Source: Winston-Salem Journal

 

Kathy Norcross Watts: Connecting the dots on hunger relief

Read the Op-Ed piece about emergency food assistance in Forsyth County here.

Date: July 28, 2014
Source: Winston-Salem Journal

 

Reports

INITIASCAPE REPORT: Emergency Food Assistance Efforts in Forsyth County

06/01/2018

This Initiascape(c) report connects the dots of efforts underway in Forsyth County to provide emergency food assistance. It's accompanying Compendium shows who is providing emergency food... Read more...

MAKING PROGRESS REPORT: Children Ready for School 2013

03/05/2016

This report provides information about how prepared Forsyth County children are for kindergarten, the opportunities that are available for high quality pre-school child care and the affordability... Read more...

MAKING PROGRESS REPORT: Electoral Participation 2013

02/05/2016

This report provides a description of the electoral participation indicator, identifies measures of electoral participation, and establishes benchmarks for continuing to make progress. View MPR:... Read more...

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