Get your copy of the all-new publications!

Earlier this month, DataHaven and the Fairfield County, Greater Hartford, and Greater New Haven Community Foundations hosted a statewide event to release these landmark publications on quality of life. Each book contains nearly 100 pages of data graphics, maps, and tables, discussing the most meaningful social and economic issues that face Connecticut today, including family economic security, housing, health and safety, criminal justice, education, and much more.

We invite you to join thousands of your neighbors who have already downloaded a copy of these highly-anticipated publications!

Download today:
Fairfield County Community Wellbeing Index 2023
Greater Hartford Community Wellbeing Index 2023
Greater New Haven Community Wellbeing Index 2023

Get printed books:
A limited number of high-quality books will be distributed next month to local public libraries, schools and colleges, agencies, and report funders. You may secure your own copy today through Possible Futures, an independent bookstore and community space:

Related reports recently authored or supported by DataHaven:
DataHaven recently authored or supported many publications with similar information for other regions of the state, including the 2022 Valley Community Index ( ; community assessments for Greater Waterbury, Middlesex County, New London, Litchfield County, and other areas; the 2022 Rural Health in Connecticut report ( ; and many more! Additionally, DataHaven's Connecticut Town Equity Reports ( , with data and graphics available for all 169 CT towns, remain incredibly popular, with over 10,000 downloads by area residents. View these on our website, or contact us for additional details.

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