Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Compass Now 2012 report now available for view, download
WHITEHALL, Wis. - Tri-County Memorial Hospital is pleased to publish and make available to the public the 2012 Compass Now report.
To read or download the document, please click on the Compass Now cover below. You will need Adobe Reader to read the file.
Compass Now 2012 is an assessment of needs in the five county Great Rivers Region. The Compass Now 2012 Report presents the results of data collected through:
- a community survey
- community focus groups
- an extensive review of socio-economic indicators
- an inventory of community resources.
The purpose of Compass Now is to assess the needs in our communities; identify community resources to address the most-urgent needs; and encourage action plans to solve community problems.
The Compass Now report has been a resource in the Great Rivers Region since the first needs assessment was conducted in 1995. The United Way launched the effort out of a strategic planning decision to transition from a distributor of resources to a solver of community problems.
The Compass Now 2012 partnership is made up of the Great Rivers United Way; Gundersen Lutheran; Tri-County Memorial; Mayo Clinic Health System; St. Joseph's Health Services-Gundersen Lutheran; Tomah Memorial Hospital; Vernon Memorial Healthcare; La Crosse Community Foundation; Trempealeau County and four additional county health departments.
The attached report summary highlights the key findings of the Compass Now 2012 assessment.