Knowledge Center

  • CT Open Data Guide: Health and Environment

    DataHaven Resources Some of our most popular resources for health and environmental data include: DataHaven Community Wellbeing Survey - surveys of over 35,000 randomly-selected adults throughout CT; questions related to public health, social determinants of health, and health care access provide local-level data about Connecticut communities that are not available from any other source.

    Jan. 4, 2017

    Connecticut Data Guides, Health Equity

  • DataHaven Classroom Resources and Materials

    DataHaven prides itself in empowering people to create thriving communities by collecting and ensuring access to data on well-being, equity, and quality of life. The classroom is a fundamental and formative space where understanding of social justice, human rights, equity, and community well-being is fostered. Educators serve a pivotal role in empowering and informing youth, encouraging their voices and giving them the proper tools to enact change in their communities.

    Dec. 12, 2023

    Miscellaneous Topics, Health Equity

  • Health Equity and Transportation Resources

    Transportation is a social determinant that can play a major role in influencing people's health and sense of well-being. Access to adequate transportation options can increase physical activity, reduce streets and help increase family economic security. Additional resources will be posted here. Please contact DataHaven to get involved in building this document, or if you'd like to add a resource here.

    Sep. 2, 2015

    Health Equity

  • Racial Equity Data and Planning Resources

    Often, we receive general questions about collecing and using data to advance racial equity. The resources listed here are intended to provide guidance in this area. 1. Racial Equity Tools. Visit: Racial Equity Tools is designed to support individuals and groups working to achieve racial equity. This site offers more than 2,500 different tools, research, tips, curricula and ideas for systems, organizations, and communities.

    Nov. 18, 2019

    Miscellaneous Topics, Health Equity