Strathcona County gathers research and data regarding Strathcona County's social health. This social research, public engagement and policy analysis help guide effective decision-making.
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Affordable housing plays a key role in community building and contributes to community safety and vitality.
The following document provides an update on the affordable housing needs and demand assessment findings.
This affordable housing estimate provides information on the housing experiences and needs of residents in Strathcona County.
The Community Drug Strategy challenges the way we think about and approach addiction and substance use to best address root causes, recognizing addiction does not discriminate and recovery is at the individual, family and community levels.
The strategy provides an evidence-base for comprehensive, dynamic community conversations to key issues related to substance use in Strathcona County.
The 2021 Community Trends report summarizes demographic and social sector data, and social trends and issues for Strathcona County.
The 2021 Community Trends infographic summarizes demographic and social sector data, and social trends and issues for Strathcona County.
A detailed summary of social and economic data and trends for Strathcona County.
Developed in 2018, an infographic of the various social indicators for Strathcona County.
In 2018, the Community Hub Study report was created to identify broader public engagement, potential partner exploration, business planning, and possible site exploration as the next steps for the project.
In fall 2018, Council was presented with the Community Hub Study, which summarized community feedback on the possibility, look and feel of a community hub in Strathcona County.
Finding the right support services, programs and educational opportunities for older adults.
Strathcona County’s Older Adults Plan has been wrapped up and celebrated. The many programs and services completed as part of this plan have contributed to an age-friendly and caring community.
This inclusive, age-friendly social direction for Family and Community Services launched in the summer of 2017 with the Social Framework: A platform to unlock the ingenuity of the community
The social framework policy document, which would come to outline the new approach to programs and service delivery for Family and Community Services in Strathcona County.
The Social Framework Evaluation highlights community initiatives, impacts and learning as community leaders implemented the Social Framework
In fall of 2016, the Community Talk public engagement gathered over 8,000 residents input on what matters most to them.
The summary of outcomes from the public engagement process, Community Talk.
Last updated: Friday, February 10, 2023
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