Some organizations need a better understanding of their organization or the environment around them, or to demonstrate their community's need and characteristics to different stakeholders. Leading Healthy Futures conducts standalone community needs, feasibility, organizational, and market assessments to help organizations make more informed decisions.
Community Needs Assessments: A needs assessment is an effective way to gain an understanding of the community that your organization serves. We conduct quantitative and qualitative analyses to help organizations understand trends in local community demographics, patterns of needs and assets, and their constituents perceptions.
Feasibility Assessments: Many health centers wonder if they are a good candidate for becoming a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or which path to FQHC status is right for them. We conduct feasibility assessments to help clients make informed decisions before starting substantial federal grant applications or other strategies.
Organizational Assessments: To understand an organization’s internal strengths and weakness, we conduct organizational assessments. We use program evaluation, surveys, stakeholder interviews, and focus groups to develop a clear understanding of your organization and its impact.
Market Assessments: Considering opening a new site? Trying to compare who your organization is serving relative to other agencies in your area? We conduct market assessments that examine changes in populations or market conditions in your area so that you can adapt or respond more effectively.
We can help your organization gain a clear view of itself and its surroundings. Let us respond to your needs and create a custom assessment that will help your organization move forward.
"Thanks to the entire LHF team for your outstanding work! We knew the timeline would be a challenge, but you pulled it off. We are grateful for the opportunity to work together and are quite impressed with the finished product.”
CEO, Wabash Valley Health Center