The Healthy Youth Survey is conducted every other year by Washington State Department of Health in cooperation with public schools, and can be used to identify trends in the patterns of behavior over time. Students answer questions about safety and violence, physical activity and diet, alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, and related risk and protective factors.
Survey data and statistical reports pertaining to risk behaviors, attitudes, beliefs, etc., used for promoting, protecting or maintaining health.
KIDS COUNT is a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation and a premier source of data on children and families. Each year, the Foundation produces a comprehensive report that assesses child well-being in the United States – the indicators featured in are also available online in the Data Center.
An online community resource offering a centralized location to learn more about Chelan & Douglas Counties.
The annual Rankings provide a revealing snapshot of how health is influenced by where we live, learn, work, and play. They provide a starting point for change in communities.
Office of Financial Management population estimates for cities and towns reported annually.
Detailed demographic profiles based on the 2010 Census. The profiles show data for age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino origin, household relationship, household type, group quarters population, housing occupancy, and housing tenure.
Drawing on a wide variety of data sources, Community Commons is an interactive mapping, networking, and data analysis tool for demographic, health, behavioral, and economic factors.
The DSHS Research and Data Analysis Division provides data, analytics, and decision support tools to improve the delivery of services that transform lives.
An online clearinghouse of public health education and health promotion materials, events, resources, and news in the State of Washington. H.E.R.E. is designed for people who perform population-based health promotion activities in a variety of settings, primarily state and local health departments, tribes, community organizations, clinics, hospitals, and schools.