• [Excerpt of feature article by Leslie Yager, Greenwich Free Press, 1/21/24. More photos are available in the article] Thursday night’s “Bending the Arc” panel discussion at the YWCA Greenwich focused on inequity and access in Greenwich. YWCA Greenwich CEO Mary Lee Kiernan quoted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s words from a speech given at the National Cathedral on March 31, 1968 when he said, “We shall overcome because the arc of the moral universe is long but it bends toward justice.”… Read More

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  • NORWALK, CT — On Wednesday, the Norwalk Health Department launched its new Community Health and Wellbeing Profile, a publicly available online dashboard compiling and visualizing key Norwalk health data. According to a news release provided by the city, the interactive profile is available at www.norwalkct.gov/healthdata.… Read More

  • Addressing Hartford’s Childhood Obesity Disparities

    CT Latino News    December 14, 2023

    [Excerpt of article by Belén Dumont, Published December 13, 2023] CT Latino News’ series—Hartford Children’s Health: Equitable Access—explores responses to complex systemic and cultural barriers across Connecticut’s capital that impact the daily health of its youngest residents. About 28,000 children and youth live in Hartford, one of the state’s most diverse communities that continues to address a variety of longstanding health-related disparities.… Read More

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  • Advancing Racial Equity and Improving Communities in Connecticut with DataHaven’s Unique Survey

    National Neighborhood Indicators Partnership News    November 29, 2023

    [Article by Elizabeth Burton and Kathy Pettit at NNIP News, November 2023]… Read More

  • DataHaven’s Hartford Foundation 2023 Equity Profile Highlights Region’s Challenges and Opportunities… Read More

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  • [Excerpt of article by Stephen Underwood, Hartford Courant, 9/27/23] All Hartford residents, students, and employees will soon have access to a free one-year subscription for a mental health app to help address what officials say is a rise in anxiety and depression in the city. A new partnership with the mental health app, Headspace, and West Hartford’s wellness nonprofit, Copper Beech Institute will offer personalized content recommendations, everyday mindfulness and meditation activities, mental health tips, and information.… Read More