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NEW REPORT: Poverty, Community Needs, and Service Access in Walla Walla

This report explores how human service and neighborhood-based organizations might best serve low-income residents. In partnership with Commitment 2 Community of Walla Walla, we assess the needs and characteristics of three low-income neighborhoods in this small rural city where many Latinos and non-Latinos alike live in poverty. We analyze the use of human services in […]

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Project Announcement: Community Needs and Service Access in Walla Walla

Primary Research Question: What role should neighborhood organizations serve to best meet the needs of low-income populations in Walla Walla? A common misconception of social services is that they are abused by “free-riders” within a community. However, service utilization is often far below expected. This is the case in Walla Walla. Various factors influence need, […]

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