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Results from the 2018 Community Wellbeing Survey are in!

Here are just a couple examples of estimates based on the program's live, in-depth interviews with over 32,000 randomly-selected Connecticut adults in 2015 and 2018:

More adults feel some influence over local government than in 2015.

Increasing shares of adults have less than 6 months' worth of savings.

You can learn more by:

2019 Community Index Reports are on the way!

We're currently analyzing results from the Community Wellbeing Survey as well as data from hundreds of other sources to develop regional reports for Fairfield County, Greater Hartford, Greater New Haven, the Lower Naugatuck Valley, and other regions of Connecticut.

Reports will be released during the summer of 2019.  Past reports are posted on our site.

 

DataHaven helps New Haven Kick Off Census 2020 Campaign

Read the full article in the New Haven Independent (https://www.newhavenindependent.org/index.php/archives/entry/elm_city_pr...)  and stay tuned for updates on how we'll be helping to ensure a complete count.

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DataHaven working to address gender and health equity issues in Connecticut 

We're currently engaged in several projects aimed at improving gender and health disparities:

  • Health Equity Data Analytics: In conjunction with Health Equity Solutions, Yale Equity Research and Innovation Center, Connecticut's Health Information Technology Office, and UConn AIMS, DataHaven is working to evaluate health equity issues and data to inform Connecticut's forthcoming statewide Health Information Exchange.
  • Statewide Health Equity Report: With the support of the Connecticut Health Foundation, DataHaven will utilize detailed, local-level data on the health and well-being of Connecticut residents to develop a statewide report on health equity indicators.
  • Fairfield County's Community Foundation Fund for Women & Girls Needs Assessment: DataHaven has partnered with the FCCF Fund for Women & Girls to develop a needs assessment that will act as a platform to increase opportunity, access, and equity for women and girls in Fairfield County.

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More information:

Thank you for the support and insight you provided us during 2018!

Interested in learning more about DataHaven's history and work? Read our recently-released 25th Anniversary Report (http://ctdatahaven.org/reports/datahaven-25th-anniversary-report) !

DataHaven is celebrating its 25th anniversary year! To learn more about this milestone anniversary and how you can be involved, visit: ctdatahaven.org/anniversary

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