Reports

Welcome to the TVAPC reports section. All reports are provided in PDF format.

 

Reports: Link: Date:
Meal Map Gap Tri-Valley Meal Map Gap Tri-Valley 2013
The Struggling Tri-Valley The Struggling Tri-Valley 2014
Listening Session Final Report TVAPC Listening Session Final Report 12/2016
Kaiser Permanente 2017 Focus Group Kaiser Permanente 2017 Focus Group 1/2017
Everyone Home 2017 Alameda County Homeless Count Everyone Home 2017 Alameda County Homeless Count 1/2017
Learn Management - Kaiser Permanente Lean Manaement – Kaiser Permanente 6/2017
Impact of Federal Proposals: Congressional District Fact Sheet 8/2017
Alameda County Child Care and Early Education Initiative Alameda County Child Care and Early Education Initiative 9/2017
TVAPC FALL 2017 Luncheon Presentation TVAPC FALL 2017 Luncheon Presentation 10/2017
Snapshot of Poverty: Alameda County 10/2017
Alameda County Monthly Family Budget 12/2017
Final Report and Recommendations on Homelessness in Alameda County, California Final Report and Recommendations on Homelessness in Alameda County, California 1/18
Confronting the Reality of a New Suburban Poor Confronting the Reality of a New Suburban Poor 3/18
Solving the Housing Crisis Is Key To Inclusive Prosperity in the Bay Area – partnership between PolicyLink, The San Francisco Foundation, and the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity at the University of Southern California (PERE) 4/2018
Advancing Equity Through Research Advancing Equity Through Research 1/2019
Missing the Mark - Examining the Shortcomings of California's Housing Goals Missing the Mark – Examining the Shortcomings of California’s Housing Goals 3/2019

Guidelines for Organizational Presentations

Beginning in 2019, TVAPC Leadership meetings will have a presentation from a member, partner organization or relevant agency working in health, education, food access, housing or public health. These presentations are intended to provide information to the TVAPC community by sharing data and strategies in addressing key issues with the priority population.

The following are some guidelines for presentations (20-30 minutes in length with 10-15 minutes for questions):
-Inclusion of qualitative and/or quantitative data
Data describing the population, need, and progress in addressing needs (if applicable)
-Gap analysis (current state vs. ideal)
-Addressing how the organization meets the “unmet” needs?
-Addressing organizational challenges and accomplishments
-Answering the question: “What keeps you up at night?”
-Answering the question: “If you were conducting a needs assessment, what questions would you ask?”