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This graphic summarises the results of the live Q&A carried out at the 100 Families WA Baseline Report Launch in August 2019.
The audience of 100+ answered two important questions;
1) How could your organisation use these findings to improve outcomes for families?
2) How should 100 Families WA use these and future findings to create real impact?
View the full breakdown of results here.
The second in a series of digestible Snapshots, offering key 100 Families WA findings.
This report presents the results of the 100 Families baseline survey.
The survey examined domains including demographics, family and household composition, income, material deprivation, social and personal connections, health status, employment status, mental health outcomes, substance use, wellbeing and adverse life experiences. The survey also presented families involved with the opportunity to provide answers to open ended questions. From these findings, the baseline report was developed.
Click here to view the report in full.
The first in a series of digestible Snapshots, offering key 100 Families WA findings
Follow the link to view the snapshot 100 Families WA Hunger and Food Insecurity Snapshot (June 2019)
On Monday the 30 July 2018, 19 people receiving services from 100 Families WA partners came together to discuss their experiences of disadvantage. This community conversation was the first of two to take place prior to the start of the data collection process.
The conversation focused around what a good day looked like, challenges people face in their lives and what can help participants feel safe and well. The highlights of this conversation are detailed in the first community conversation infographic, pictured below.