Asset Limited, Income Constrained, Employed
The 2020 ALICE Report provides new data and tools that explain the persistent level of hardship faced by ALICE families and individuals, revealing aspects of the Tennessee economy not tracked by traditional economic measures. It presents the latest ALICE data available — a point-in-time snapshot of economic conditions across the state in 2018. By showing how many Tennessee households were struggling then, the ALICE data provides the backstory for why the COVID-19 crisis is having such a devastating economic impact now.
To learn more about ALICE, you can view in-depth data for Tennessee, Sumner County, and other counties, by visiting the following ALICE in Tennessee resources.
United Way of Sumner County, in cooperation with United Ways of Tenn. and United for ALICE, is conducting a survey to help better understand the impact of the COIVD-19 pandemic in our community and across the state. Completing this survey should take about 10 minutes & all responses are strictly confidential. You can complete the survey by clicking this LINK or the survey box in the list of resources above.