Allows users to view child well-being indicators at the state level.
Allows users to access state and county level public health data.
Listen to a radio interview conducted by Diane Donato, host of WGY’s Clearview. Mary De Masi, New York State KIDS COUNT Director, discusses findings from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s report Stepping Up for Kids: What Government and Communities Should Do to Support Kinship Families and Michelle Rafael, Director of Policy Analysis for the Office of Children and Family Services, describes resources available to kinship families in New York State.
ACT Rochester uses about 170 indicators that measure economic, environmental, social, or cultural conditions, over varying periods of time. The indicators were selected to provide an accurate assessment of the region's wellbeing in 12 program categories. More than 1.5 million people live in the seven counties that make up this region (Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Wayne and Wyoming). Each County has a Report Card and Summary available. These summaries include general demographic information and trends as well as an assessment of the county's status in those topic areas where meaningful county-level information is available.
This website provides an “apples–to–apples” understanding of local trends and comparative information, enabling organizations and individuals to track community conditions, develop programs, measure progress and drive change benefiting the residents of Cayuga and Seneca counties. The project is designed to provide governments, nonprofits and others with an important new tool for assessing and understanding the populations they serve. The Cayuga and Seneca Counties Community Profile is sponsored by the United Way of Cayuga County, the United Way of Seneca County, the Allyn Foundation, the City of Auburn and Cayuga Community College. The project’s aim is to provide the public with continuously updated, comparative information about Cayuga and Seneca counties across a broad range of key topics.
Allows users to view the overall health ranking of counties in the state.
The County Profiles Home Page offers consolidated, at-a-glance, and comparative views of key New York county community characteristics, mental health services expenditures, and outcomes. Its purpose is to enable planners and others to identify service gaps and disparities and plan improved service delivery.
Allows user to view population, housing, economic, and geographic data for city/town, county, or zip code area.
Kids Indicators is the home page for the Children, Teens and Families Indicators Portal Project, a multi-phased effort to expand the availability of data-driven measures on youth and family services in New York State. These reports are derived from the NYS Office of Mental Health (OMH) Child and Adult Integrated Reporting System (CAIRS). Reports display information by program type and provider for the admission and discharge segments of care and include information over time from 2002 to the present. Kids Indicators also includes Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths-Mental Health (CANS-MH) assessment data.
The Long Island Index is a project that gathers and publishes data on the Long Island region. The operating principle is: "Good information presented in a neutral manner can move policy." The Index does not advocate specific policies. Instead, the goal is to be a catalyst for action, by engaging the community in thinking about the Long Island region and its future.
The Mid–Hudson Valley regional profile provides a wealth of information at your fingertips to help inform decision–making and planning in order to drive positive community change for the three–county region as a whole. This web tool includes 50 separate indicators that provide insight into the trends of the community over time. Together, the collection of community indicators tells the story about the Mid–Hudson Valley Community as a whole region and the distinct counties, Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster, that make up the region.
Allows users to view counts of victims of domestic violence reported for the following offenses: aggravated assault, simple assault, sex offenses, and violation of protective orders by police department and county.
Allows users to access public health indicators for counties in New York.
Allows users to view enrollment statistics by county, election district, Senate district, Assembly district and Congressional district.
NYS Department of Motor Vehicles has traffic accident data and statistical summaries of traffic accident data, traffic tickets, and conviction rates available at the state and county levels. Vulnerable roadway users struck by motor vehicles, occupant restraint use in crashes, and fact sheets on younger drivers are also available.
The term “home visiting” encompasses a range of models that offer services to pregnant women, infants and young children. The Council on Children and Families has developed a tool that provides a “big picture” of home visiting. This tool provides a collective view of home visiting in New York and it places home visiting programs within the context of “need,” by showing placement of programs in relation to information about children ages 0-5 living below 185% poverty. Check out the Home Visiting in NYS Mapping Application! For best results, avoid using Internet Explorer. We recommend Chrome.
This is New York's Open Data Portal, bringing together local, state and federal data in one place. Search the site's datasets by location or subject, or explore featured datasets and the full catalogue on website.
Allows users to view air quality data at the county level.