Study evaluates needs and services

The findings from a recent Community Needs Assessment will be unveiled at Medford City Hall, 411 W. Eighth St., on Friday, Feb. 25, from 9 a.m. to noon.

The assessment is the result of a regular biennial process coordinated by ACCESS to monitor and evaluate the services being provided in Jackson County. It was conducted in November and December 2010.

"This critical process helps to ensure that our community has the proper level of services to meet the needs of our citizens and that our community resources are used in the best and most efficient way," said Ed Angeletti, ACCESS Planning Director.

Representatives from city, county, state and federal governments have been invited for the presentation, to be held in the City Council Chambers, as well as service providers and partner agencies in human services. Printed copies of the assessment will be available at the presentation.

For more information, contact Ed Angeletti, ACCESS planning director, at 541-774-4330 or

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