2012 Community Wellbeing Survey
The NAACP Greater New Haven Branch of the NAACP created the 2013 Urban Apartheid report, involving DataHaven's Executive Director, Mark Abraham, to work closely with NAACP staff and board members on its development and to contribute the research material used throughout. DataHaven also received a separate contract from the Annie E. Casey Foundation to support its work on the development and graphic design of this 25-page report.
March 27, 2013
[Excerpt] On Jan. 18, DataHaven released the results of the largest community well-being survey of its kind for New Haven and its surrounding suburbs, conducted in fall 2012 by DataHaven and other city philanthropic organizations. The survey, which addressed city issues including community satisfaction, employment, education and health, uncovered unsettling statistics about New Haven youth. In some areas, the situation looked grim: Few New Haven residents consider the city a good place to raise children.
February 06, 2013
Community Wellbeing Survey Shows that Greater New Haven Residents Have Much to Celebrate; Sets Sights on Shared Goals
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January 18, 2013
DataHaven Celebrates 20 Years of Service to Greater New Haven; Community Wellbeing Survey Seeks to Measure Local Quality of Life
DataHaven Celebrates 20 Years of Service to Greater New Haven; Community Wellbeing Survey Seeks to Measure Local Quality of Life(New Haven, CT) August 28, 2012: Beginning in September and continuing through October, more than 1,300 adults living throughout Greater New Haven will be interviewed by phone about wellbeing within their community.
September 04, 2012