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  • legislative district datahaven connecticut data analysis on child tax credit

    The proposed Connecticut Child Tax Credit: Estimating impacts for towns, legislative districts, and households by race and ethnicity

    Note: Maps with local estimates are available for towns, state house districts, and state senate districts. Printable profiles for these geographic areas (in PDF format), containing additional statistical data, are also available on request.

    February 19, 2024

  • About half of Connecticut's population was born here. Here's where the rest of us are from.

    [Excerpt of feature article by Taylor Johnston, Alejandra Arevalo and Nami Sumida, 2/16/24] Nearly half of Connecticut's adult population was born within the state's borders, according to recently released Census data collected in 2022. That part of the picture has remained relatively steady for decades. But over the past two decades, the state has seen a slow but steady increase in the number of residents born abroad. In 2022, the share of Connecticut adults who were born in the state was 47%, down about two percentage points from 2010, when the share was 49%.

    February 16, 2024

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    Quinnipiack Valley Health District Community Health Assessment 2023

    The Quinnipiack Valley Health District (QVHD) serves the towns of Hamden, North Haven, Woodbridge, and Bethany in Connecticut. This community health assessment, created by DataHaven in partnership with QVHD and published in December 2023, is designed to help partners and residents better understand the status of health—physical, mental, and environmental—in the QVHD communities. More information is available at the QVHD website.

    January 26, 2024

  • Quinnipiack Valley Health District Community Health Assessment 2023 (PDF)

    Please see the main report page for more information.

    January 26, 2024

  • greenwich ywca data event panelists

    YWCA Greenwich Panel Talk Equity and Accessibility in Greenwich in Honor of Martin Luther King

    [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.”

    January 25, 2024

  • qvhd new haven overdose data action report cover

    Overdose Data to Action: 2023 Update

    This 66-page report, which includes many data graphics and maps, is an update to Overdose Data To Action: Trends in Substance Use, Overdose, and Treatment in the Quinnipiack Health District and New Haven, originally released in July 2021.

    January 23, 2024