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  • Creating a Healthy and Safe City: The Impact of Violence Violence in New Haven

    This presentation was delivered at a community safety briefing to show how the public health approach can be used to address community violence. The findings of the Health Equity Alliance Data Workgroup was presented.

    May. 31, 2011

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • Creating a Healthy and Safe City: The Impact of Violence in New Haven

    The Health Equity Alliance brings together community partners to address the relationship between between social and economic conditions and health outcomes of New Haven residents using the Health Equity Index. This document focuses on the issue of community violence and offersn information and recommendations.

    Mar. 31, 2011

    All DataHaven Programs, Health, Public Safety

  • Moving on Upstream: The Role of Health Departments in Addressing Socioecologic Determinants of Disease

    This document builds on the findings of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Commission to Build a Healthier America. It focuses on the role that public health departments play in the mission to address health issues and obstacles to accomplishing this that currently exist.

    Jan. 31, 2011


  • Visions of a Healthier New Haven

    This report from the New Haven Health Department's Health Equity Alliance outlines the results from surveys conducted to determine social determinants of health. New Haven residents were asked how they envision building a healthier city.

    Jan. 27, 2011

    All DataHaven Programs, Health

  • Valley CARES Quality of Life Report 2010

    The Valley CARES report tracked information about quality of life in the Lower Naugatuck Valley region over time.

    Dec. 31, 2010

    Civic Vitality, Health

  • Urban Tree Canopy Neighborhood Metrics for New Haven, CT

    This map of New Haven depicts the varying levels of urban tree canopy (the layer of leaves, branches, and stems of trees that cover the ground when viewed from above) across the city.

    Dec. 31, 2010