Community Asset Mapping is a strength-based approach to gathering information about community resources in order to guide solutions within that community through a combination of population level data analysis and community stakeholder engagement. This report provides a case study of asset mapping in Maine’s communities. Turning to Androscoggin County as a community in which to pilot this grassroots approach, the report explores existing assets and needs in the county. It also looks at how this information can inform investments in a community-based continuum of care that is responsive to both population level data as well as the voices of youth and individuals who live and work in that community.
This report has been funded by The Rocking Moon Foundation and The Annie E. Casey Foundation.
Sanchez, Mara MPPM; King, Erica MSW; and Schiller, Starsha, "Asset Mapping in Androscoggin County: A Case Study" (2020). Justice Policy. 33.