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Kankakee County’s Community Needs Assessment

The Kankakee County’s Community Needs Assessment survey will run through Tuesday, July 12th – July 31st.

Participation in the survey is critical and open to the public for Kankakee County. The survey is in English and Spanish.

Responses will continue to determine how remaining county funding from the federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds will be allocated.

If you have received ARPA funds in the past, please let the county know what more would you like to see.

If you have requested ARPA funding as a community partner, this survey is the next step in further identifying local needs and partnerships with the county.

Please share with your loved ones, community partners, workplace, stakeholders, neighbors, and more.

SURVEY LINK: https://www.resparkleadershipconsulting.com/k3cna/

The survey will focus on:

  • Public safety
  • Workforce development
  • Business and economic development
  • Mental health
  • Childcare and youth
  • Housing
  • OTHER (To be addressed as results come in)

The goals are to:

  • Identify key local needs
  • Create local partnerships
  • Strengthen local connections
  • Target local ARPA funding
  • Measure local impact of programs

The survey will run July 12th – July 31st. We look forward to a great response. Thank you for assisting us in spreading the word.

For additional updates, please follow the Kankakee County Board’s Facebook page or online at www.k3county.net.

SURVEY LINK: https://www.resparkleadershipconsulting.com/k3cna/