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My community is Tacoma Washington with a homeless population crisis
Community Assessment
The purpose of this assignment is to broaden your understanding of a community, develop analytical skills regarding communities in relation to specific populations and their needs, and to better plan and develop interventions to address issues and problems facing the community.
This assignment has three parts: Part I Understanding Your Community, where you will consider the current demographics of the community and analyze how that has changed over the past 20 years; Part II Community Assessment, where you assess your community and a problem within your community; and Part III Community Action Plan, where you develop a specific action plan to address the problem you identified. As you reflect on the learning resources and concepts from Weeks 1-4, be sure to explain what you have learned about the policy’s effect on various groups. Consider how will this knowledge assist you with your community action plan.
By Day 7
Submit a 4-6 page paper. The paper needs to be well-researched and written using APA guidelines. Data should come from at least five sources.
Part I: Understanding your Community
how your community has changed over the past 20 years. Use policy and
community concepts and theories from the learning resources to support your
your community, using research and statistics to describe
socio-demographic make-up. (For example: How many persons live in the city
and/or in the town? What were/are their cultural/racial characteristics?
What were/are their incomes, ages, political affiliations, etc.?)
Part II: Community Assessment
a problem that the community is currently experiencing.
the duration, intensity, and frequency of the problem.
the probable etiology of the problem, supporting your analysis with
the key elements and characteristics of the community that make it
vulnerable to this problem.
the key strengths of the community that give the community resilience and
the potential for overcoming the problem.
major institutions (e.g., schools, factories, churches, attraction sites,
etc.) and explain how these institutions contribute to or inhibit the
community’s ability to address the problem?
which groups are most affected by the problem.
Part III: Community & Policy Action Plan
your proposed plan for community change.
the strategies and tactics you would you use to bring about change.
Consider if you would need multiple strategies, and if so, explain which
strategy would be used for each target.
any policies that may influence the ability, either supportive or
prohibitive, to influence proposed community change.
what policies would need to be in place to ensure proposed plans are
format 7th addition cite everything in text and full references
Jansson, B. S. (2018).
Becoming an effective policy advocate: From policy practice to social justice. (8th ed.). Pacific Grove, CA: Brooks/Cole Cengage Learning Series.
Chapter 4, Understanding the Ecology of Policy in Government, Electoral, Community, and Agency Settings (pp. 100–140)

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