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Athens Wellbeing Survey Data Overview

Friday, September 27th, 2019 from 10:00am to 12:00pm (ET)
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Dr. Grace Bagwell Adams will share data from the Athens Wellbeing Project (AWP) - The purpose of the AWP is to assist our community leaders and institutions by providing a comprehensive snapshot of our community's unique needs and assets in Athens-Clarke County.

The Athens Wellbeing Project collects survey data to 
close the gap in existing secondary data sets, providing our community with more robust information that can be used to inform policy and practice in a variety of settings.

The AWP is pioneering an unprecedented collaboration of community leaders, using a data collection approach that is unique and comprehensive. The assessment provides information in five domain areas:






The mission of the Wellbeing Project is to empower the Athens community with meaningful data that will lead to more informed decision-making, improvements in service delivery, and greater quality of life for our citizens.

This training is meant for Athens-Clarke County based nonprofit Executive Directors and board members. Executive Directors are highly encouraged to bring a current or future board chair to this training! 

Dr. Grace Bagwell Adams is an Assistant Professor in Health Policy & Management in the College of Public Health at the University of Georgia. Her presentation will include information on h
ow to use data in grant applications and program development.

CausesAdvocacy At-Risk Youth Early Childhood Education Economic Development Education Food Insecurity, Hunger Marginalized Populations Mental Health Services Non-Profit Business Services Older Adults Poverty & Basic Needs Workforce Development
Sustainable Development Goals

Location: 2nd Floor Conference Room, Synovus - 150 West Hancock, Athens, GA 30601