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  • Hartford-West Hartford Neighborhood Profile CSV 2022 5Y

    This is a raw dataset with neighborhood profile data developed by DataHaven using the 2022 5-year American Community Survey, CDC PLACES (2023 data release), and USALEEP data calculated by DataHaven for individual Hartford and West Hartford neighborhoods. 

    Mar. 25, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing

  • New maps show CT child tax credit statewide impacts

    [News coverage from Edwin J. Viera, 3/25/24] New data show the impacts of Connecticut's proposed child tax credit. Broken down by town, and state House and Senate districts, 268,000 eligible families would receive $306 million in tax credits. Places like Bridgeport, Hartford, and Waterbury have the largest populations of eligible families. Municipalities across the state could see a 38% return on investment for local economies.

    Mar. 25, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Economy

  • United Way of Connecticut and DataHaven Maps Show Potential Impact of a Proposed CT Child Tax Credit on Local Communities

    New maps show that 268,000 eligible families statewide would receive $306 million in total tax credits, benefiting 75 percent of all Connecticut families.

    Mar. 18, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Economy

  • Connecticut City Neighborhood Profiles

    Connecticut City Neighborhood Profiles With support from public and private partners, DataHaven has collected the latest data for neighborhoods throughout Connecticut for over 20 years. Unlike many other online maps, the data visualization technology we use is highly responsive across various mobile devices.

    Mar. 9, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Civic Vitality, Demographics, Economy, Education, Health, Housing, Public Safety

  • Overdose Data to Action: 2023 Update (PDF)

    PDF version of Opioid Data to Action report. See our report page for more information.

    Feb. 27, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Economy, Health, Public Safety

  • Study will track economic benefits of racial equity in Fairfield County

    [Radio news report by Molly Ingram, WSHU, 2/26/24] A year-long study led by the Fairfield County Community Foundation (FCCF) will look into the economic benefits of racial equity. The first-of-its-kind study, called the “upside of equity,” will be done in collaboration with DataHaven and the Urban Institute. FCCF President and CEO Mendi Blue-Paca said the study will be used to inform more equitable policy.

    Feb. 26, 2024

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy