Data LA County
What we mean by knowledge is information in action, information focused on results.
Demographics and health indicators are important and useful tools. Data can be used to identify opportunities to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities and to monitor the success of these efforts. For example, data can be used to:
We hope the data presented here will aid you in your efforts to improve the health of families in Los Angeles County.
To view Community Highlights:
LA County Reports
Additional Data Sources
California Women’s Health Survey (CWHS) “Data Points” 2006-2007 Analyzed results from the CWHS presented as fact sheets on select women’s health topics. The topics include: reproductive health, prenatal health, food insecurity, mental health, STDs and AIDS, obesity, nutrition, physical activity, and violence against women. The data has been analyzed by programs throughout the Department of Health Care Services and the California Department of Public Health
Kidsdata.org, a project of the Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health, offers roughly 400 indicators on the health and well being of children.
Kids Count Data Center from the Annie E. Casey Foundation