2020 Title VI Survey Report and Toolkit Now Available!
A new n4a report, National Survey of Title VI Programs 2020 Report: Serving Tribal Elders Across the United States, finds that Title VI Native American Aging Programs help enable tribal elders to live with independence and dignity and their homes and communities but face unique challenges in providing services.
Conducted approximately every three years, the Title VI Survey Report tracks and documents new directions and evolving needs of Title VI programs across the country, including budgets, staff, administration, service provision and partnerships. The report also describes impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on Title VI grantees and the elders that they serve.
Also available is the National Title VI Survey Report Toolkit, which provides essential resources to help Title VI Programs benchmark their services with other programs and support requests for funding. The Toolkit includes seven regional reports based on U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Regions, two fact sheets highlighting key findings from the Survey Report, a data brief on home modification and repair services and needs in Indian Country, a customizable PowerPoint with key facts from the survey, and sample newsletter articles and social media posts on the data.
Check out the Toolkit at www.n4a.org/2021titlevisurvey and read the full report! You can watch the webinar recording here.