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Community Needs Assessment Tool

Helping America's Youth is a nationwide effort to raise awareness about the challenges facing our youth, particularly at-risk boys, and to motivate caring adults to connect with youth in three key areas: family, school, and community.  As the leader of the Helping America's Youth effort, Mrs. Laura Bush is highlighting programs which are effectively helping America's young people. 

This site has an interactive, searchable database, that you can use to determine what Federally Funded programs are in specific zip codes of Chicago and other cities.  This is just one of many resources available on this site.

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Tutor/Mentor Program Background Survey
This survey should be taken first. It helps us build a better understanding of the different types of tutor/mentor programs, as well as common challenges faced by most programs.
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Tutor/Mentor Program Issues Survey
Take this survey after completing the Program Information survey. This focuses on issues that are common to most programs. The information is intended to help leaders facilitated discussions and collaborations that solve problems and help improve service delivery.
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Tutor/Mentor Survey Data Summary
The T/MC began the Tutor/Mentor Survey in 1999 as part of the May and November conferences.  More than 180 people had taken the survey by the time this summary was produced.  As new people take the surveys at we will update the information and use it to build collaborative-problem solving networks, aimed at helping tutor/mentor programs in Chicago and other cities constantly improve the impact they have on youth and volunteers.
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