About the Reports This series of reports is designed to inform local-level efforts to improve community well-being and racial equity. These reports disaggregate data from the 2020 Census, American Community Survey microdata files, DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey record-level files, and other federal and state sources to create relevant town-level information that is not typically available from standard public databases.
September 08, 2021
Videos and Films Local Data Analysis About the Project
January 15, 2021
[Note: This piece, by DataHaven's Mark Abraham and Aparna Nathan, initially appeared in the Connecticut Mirror.]
June 26, 2020
Towards Health Equity in Connecticut: The Role of Social Inequality and the Impact of COVID-19, is a comprehensive new report that summarizes five broad social determinants of health and discusses how various groups of people are affected by their opportunities in each category.
June 18, 2020
Connecticut City Neighborhood Profiles With support from public and private partners, DataHaven has maintained neighborhood profiles and maps for over 15 years. We have updated these with the latest census data, and with new sources of public health data (USALEEP and 500 Cities). Unlike many other online maps, the data visualization technology we use is highly responsive across various mobile devices.
March 09, 2020
[Excerpt from New Haven Independent feature by Thomas Breen, 11/12/2019] The average life expectancy for Newhallville residents is 71 years — a full 15 years less than the average life expectancy for residents of the outer-ring suburb of Orange, according to the findings of a broad new report at community life.
November 14, 2019