CAN is a partnership of governmental, non-profit, private and faith-based organizations which leverage mutual resources to collectively improve social, health, educational and economic opportunities in our community.
- Aspirations to Achievement: Men of Color and Community Colleges
Center for Community College Student Engagement
- Early Effects of the Affordable Care Act on Health Insurance Coverage in Texas For 2014
Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy and The Episcopal Health Foundation
- Austin Mobility: Moving Forward: 2013 Annual Report
Austin Transportation Department
- ?CAN Dashboard Presentation to the Board of Directors: Food Security & College Success
- ?Overview of Issues Facing Diverse Populations
- ?CANs Cultural Competency, Diversity & Inclusion (CCDI) Initiative
Erica Saenz, CAN Board Vice-Chair V.P., UT DDCE
- State-Level Trends in Children's Health Insurance Coverage
State Health Access Data Assistance Center
- Data Snapshot: School Discipline
U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights
An analysis of the gaps and needs in the social service safety net with recommendations for improving it.
Help CAN continue the conversation. Attend an upcoming Safety Net Forum. For more information, click here.
The first Safety Net Forum on housing will be held on May 7th. Click here for details and to register.
Let us know what CAN services you value and how we can improve. Taking the survey from this web link will ensure that your responses will be anonymous.
This annual snapshot for Greater Austin and Travis County tracks key indicators and local efforts to move the indicators in the right direction.
The key strategies that can help our community achieve its vision of equity and opportunity for all.
CAN and Leadership Austin worked together to create this website that shares practical ideas of action we can all take where we live, learn, work, and serve to make our community a better place.
Over 200 people attended the CAN Policy Forum in November 2013. Find a summary of the day and keynote presentations by Brookings Fellow Elizabeth Kneebone and economist Jon Hockenyos here. For more information on past forums and retreats, click here.
Use these on-line resources and information to help organizations promote diversity, inclusion, and cultural competence.