2005 Low-Income Needs Assessment

SCCAA’s “Low-Income Needs Assessment”, which the agency does every four years, is the foundation of planning efforts for Community Action and other public and private, nonprofit service providers in Skagit County.  The 2005 document may be the most ambitious of all previous studies. The data collected from over 1,000 households are being used for several purposes.

The Executive Summary functions as a stand-alone document, and provides a bird’s eye view of this and previous needs assessments: the needs of low-income service provider clients in Skagit County.  The reader will also find a special targeted study of the Hamilton area in eastern Skagit County. The report may be viewed, and duplicated as desired, in its entirety, or by chapters as follows:

 

Executive Summary

i

 

Findings of the Low-Income Client Survey

8

 

Findings of Service Gaps Analysis

79

 

Appendix A: Low- to Moderate-Income Needs Assessment

89

 

Appendix B: East Skagit County Household Income Survey

94

 

Appendix C: Hamilton Low-Income Housing Needs Assessment and Community Land Trust Concept Paper

102

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Contact Us

SCCAA's main office is located one block south of the Skagit River dividing Burlington and Mount Vernon, and just south of the Riverside Health Club.

Take the College Way exit (#227) and turn East onto College Way.

Turn North (Left) at the second traffic light onto Riverside Drive.

Turn West (Left) onto Pacific Place (just before the Riverside Health Club on your left).

Skagit County Community Action Agency is the second building on the left.
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday    8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Note:  In order to assist families who work, our WIC Program is open until 7:00 pm, Monday through Thursday.