Project ASSIST did not conduct a community-level survey. The project also provided the evaluators with some very limited community-level indicators. For example, this site reported a 10.4 percent rate of domestic violence in 2010, but indicated even up through 2012 that subsequent data were "not yet available." Similarly, they reported that the rate of alcohol-related or drug-related hospitalizations stood at 29.5 per 1,000 population in 2008, but failed to report additional data, indicting updated information was "not yet available." Finally, for 2009-2010 they reported a rate of substantiated reports of child maltreatment of 44.9 percent, including 93 percent charged with neglect. Data from subsequent years was "Not yet available." Because Fall River did not report even two points in time, no analysis can be conducted with these data.