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Income Mapping Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Better Understanding of the Income System

As UWRV launches its Income Open Process for the upcoming funding cycle, it was critical to have a  strong understanding of what the income system looked like, who the players were and where there were opportunities for collaboration. Having this knowledge will be critical in determining how time, energy and resources can be directed and maximized to achieve the desired community impact. Below are key resources from this project which will be shared and discussed at the agency stakeholder meeting.

Income Mapping Project Overview and Methodology, background information to better understand how the resources below were developed.  

 

Matrix of agencies providing income-related programs/services, program types and listings from the 2-1-1 Virginia database corresponding to UWRV's Income priorities. Don't see your agency? Click here to access the 2-1-1 website and update your program's information.

 

Matrix of income-related programs/services and their service area, income-related programs/services and the areas they serve within the UWRV coverage area.  Don't see your program listed on the matrix? Click here to access the 2-1-1 website and update your program's information.

 

Resource directory of Income Service Providers, additional information on all income-related programs/services relevant to UWRV's Income priorities.  Notice incomplete or incorrect program information on the resource directory? Click here to access the 2-1-1 website and update your program's information.

 

Interactive map overlaying economic indicator data and income services, provides a visual representation of areas of need (Census tract ranking against an index economic indicators) vis-a-vis the location of service providers.

 

Workforce Industry Trend Report, a look at workforce trends and skill gaps in the Roanoke Valley and projections on where industry growth will occur in the future.  Employment support/training/placement programs are encouraged to review this document to better align and support economic development efforts. Special thanks to the Roanoke Regional Partnership for sharing this important information to inform our work.

 

The Income Mapping Project is a partnership of: