Recent Publications and Reports
Community Needs Assessments and Demographics
2-1-1 Counts is the first tool to provide real-time, searchable and visual presentation from 2-1-1 VIRGINIA. 2-1-1 Counts provides a snapshot of community-specific needs displayed by zip code or region as recently as yesterday, enabling individuals, community leaders and service agencies to check trends, make comparisons and share information. 2-1-1 Counts uses Census Data and has the ability to overlay with 2-1-1 data.
City Health Dashboard
Where you live determines a lot about your health – and, as the new City Health Dashboard shows, there’s a lot of vital information to check up on. The dashboard, created by the Department of Population Health at NYU School of Medicine, reports on 36 key measures and drivers of health, such as opioid overdose deaths, obesity, housing affordability, and income inequality.
The tool drills down to the zip code or census tract level in the 500 largest cities in the United States, allowing you to compare health outcomes to the country’s average. You can generate maps of health measures, compare cities on different indexes, and even generate scatter plots to draw out correlations between variables.
Point-in-Time Reports (Homelessness)
For more documents and publications on homelessness, click here.
Related News Articles/CCS News
Focused Radio #TalkaboutitTuesday Interview (2018, June 26)
New LGBTQ nonprofit seeks inclusion for all Roanoke (2018, April 17)
Virginia rescue squads offered grant for nasal Narcan to combat opioid overdose (2018, February 19)
Virginia 2-1-1 helps people with utility bills, housing, food (2018, February 12)
Dozens give dance performance at mall to stand against violence toward women (2018, February 10)
Homeless survey underway (2018, January 24)
Service remembers 22 Roanoke homeless who died in 2017 (2017, December 20)
HandsOn Blue Ridge – Call of a Global Movement (2017, December 1)
Flat Pickin’ Fridays Fall Fest set for Friday (2017, October 22)
Walk in Their Shoes (2017, October 13)
Walk brings awareness to domestic violence (2017, October 13)
The Next Chapter (2017, March 14)
New bills signed by governor will help local clinics battle drug epidemic (2017, February 2017)
Roanoke’s Drop-In Center actively working to curb Hepatitis C (2016, December 7)
Roanoke Rescue Mission names Lee Clark as new CEO (2016, November 19)
Roanoke ceremony honors victims of domestic violence (2016, October 14)
HIV infection rates rising among men in the Roanoke Valley (2015, December 1)
The Profit in Nonprofits (2015, November)
Roanoke Valley leaders say they’ve housed 123 homeless vets in past year. (2015, November 10)
Roanoke Valley reaches goal to reduce veteran homelessness. (2015, November 10)
For earlier reports, please contact us.