2015 DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey
Connecticut Residents Once Again Urged to "Pick Up the Phone!" to Support Largest-Ever Survey – Over 75 Leading Foundations, Hospitals, and Local Agencies Join DataHaven InitiativeThe DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey traces its roots to a series of grassroots and locally-based efforts launched over the past decade to gather information on and promote regional well-being and quality of life. With guidance from DataHaven and partner organizations throughout Connecticut, these area surveys have grown substantially each year in size and quality, and have become increasingly coordinated.
November 21, 2017
This report is part of an ongoing, 20-year tradition of analyzing the economy, health, and quality of life of the Valley region. The effort has included the 1996 Healthy Valley Report, the 2001 Mt. Auburn Report, the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center Community Health Profile, the 2010 Valley Cares Report, the 2013 Griffin Hospital Community Health Needs Assessment, and the Naugatuck Valley Health District’s 2013-2015 Community Health Improvement Plan.
October 19, 2016
The Greater New Haven Community Index is a unified assessment of wellbeing and quality of life in Greater New Haven and its neighborhoods. It illustrates the opportunities and challenges that face the metropolitan area where we live, work, and play. Scroll down to view example images or learn more about the report.
October 01, 2016
The Fairfield County Community Wellbeing Index report document may be downloaded by clicking on the Document link below. Please see the main report page for details (on the main report page, you may also download the report using the blue button).
September 30, 2016
Note: This story appeared on the front page of the Hartford Courant on Sunday, March 27. The online version contains an interactive data visualization allowing readers to explore survey data by Connecticut town, age, gender, household income, and other factors.
March 27, 2016
WNPR's live radio program, Where We Live, recently hosted Mark Abraham, Executive Director of DataHaven, and Anita Chandra, Director of RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment, to discuss findings from the
February 21, 2016