System Analysis Project

The purpose of the Washington County Human Service System Analysis Project was to broadly examine human services in Washington County. It was an assessment of the human service system intended to identify strengths, challenges, and opportunities. Information was obtained directly from those involved in the human service system – providers and consumers of services – and from a review of human service practices and resources.
 
The project produced information that will shape the future direction of the human service system in Washington County. It provides the foundation upon which to build a more effective and efficient system of services for all residents of Washington County.


System Analysis Resources
 

Analysis Final Report - PDF

Analysis Final Report - Word

At-A-Glance Report - PDF

At-A-Glance Report - Word

Analysis Project Domains
 
Discussion Group Summary - Administrators-Supervisors

Discussion Group Summary - Direct Service Staff

Discussion Group Summary - Consumers

Discussion Groups Summary and Observations Report

Current Practice Research Report

Best Practice Research Report

Interview Instrument - Administrators-Supervisors

Interview Instrument - Direct Service Staff

Interview Instrument - Consumers

Interview Findings Summary Report

Survey Instrument - Administrators-Supervisors
 
Survey Instrument - Direct Service Staff
 
Survey Instrument - Consumers

Survey Findings Summary Report

Asset Mapping Domains

 



 






DID YOU KNOW
According to the results of the Washington County Human Services System Analysis conducted in the 2006 - 2007, people don’t always know what services are available or how they can get them.


WHAT'S NEW
Findings from the Washington County Human Services System Analysis are now available.  To view the full report click here.
 
To review the abbreviated at-a-glance report, click here.
 
To view all of the analysis resource materials, click here.
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