California County MCAH Data Resources

ADOLESCENTS

Adolescent Health
California Adolescent Health Collaborative Data Sources
   • California Adolescent Health Data Set (temp unavailable)
   • California Adolescent Health Report Cards (temp unavailable) 
   • ASHWG Data Tables AND ASHWG website
   • County Adolescent Health Reports (temp unavailable)
   • Internet Links to Adolescent Health Data (temp unavailable) 

California Adolescent Health Collaborative. California Adolescent Health Progress Report 2012 (temp unavailable) 

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance (YRBS) from the CDC for United States 2015 - Select California for comparisons. Includes Sex, Race, Grade, and Sexual Orientation variables.

CDPH Adolescent Health Data & Statistics - tables, slide sets, reports and links to provide surveillance and program data and statistics related to adolescent health in California

BEHAVIORAL

Alcohol & Drug Use
California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) - Reports
County level reports on alcohol and other drug use, tobacco use, violence and school safety, nutrition and physical health, sexual behavior and attitudes, and youth resilience.

Community Indicators of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Risk
Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs >
County level indicators of drug and alcohol prevalence and risk conditions.

Preventing Alcohol Use During Pregnancy.

Alcohol and Tobacco Use Among Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women: 2004-2005 (pdf)
Results from the 2005 California Women's Health Survey

California Opioid Overdose Surveillance Dashboard - The dashboards and data available through this application are the result of ongoing collaboration between the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), Department of Justice, and the California Health Care Foundation. - this currently includes data up through 2015. 

Tobacco Use
Smoking Prevalence in High School by Race/Ethnicity, 2001-2012
The data table shows the current smoking prevalence from 2001 to 2012 for California high school youth by race/ethnicity.

Youth Tobacco Purchase Survey Charts, 1997-2011(pdf)
CDPH >

State Health Officer's Report on Tobacco Use and Promotion in California, 2012. (pdf)
CDPH >

Tobacco Advertising Survey, 2011
The California Tobacco Advertising Survey (CTAS) is a longitudinal cohort study of California stores that sell cigarettes. The data table shows the percentage of stores with tobacco advertisements near candy and those with tobacco advertisements below three feet in 2008 and 2011, broken down by store type. 

County and Statewide Archive of Tobacco Statistics (C-STATS)
CDPH >
C-STATS provides easy access to a variety of different data sources on tobacco. The youth data come primarily from the California Student Tobacco Survey, a random sample of middle and high schools in 12 regions that provides statewide and regional estimates for 9th-12th grade.

Tobacco Control Fact Sheets
CDPH > Tobacco Control Program>
Provides background information on California's tobacco control environment.

Alcohol and Tobacco Use Among Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women: 2004-2005 (pdf)
Results from the 2005 California Women's Health Survey

Physical Fitness

Physical Fitness Testing
CDE >
Includes information regarding the physical fitness test required to be administered to students in grades 5, 7, and 9.

⇒(also see CHKS Reports)

BREASTFEEDING

Breastfeeding Data
CDPH >

2012 Hospital Breastfeeding Rates Report & County Fact Sheets (2010 Data)
California WIC Assocation >

CALIFORNIA COUNTY PROFILES 

County Health Status Profiles 2013
Contains county data for selected health indicators as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) and modified by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) in collaboration with the California Conference of Local Health Officers (CCLHO).

County Health Rankings
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation >
The annual County Health Rankings measure vital health factors, including high school graduation rates, obesity, smoking, unemployment, access to healthy foods, the quality of air and water, income, and teen births in nearly every county in America. The annual Rankings provide a revealing snapshot of how health is influenced by where we live, learn, work and play. 

Community Health Needs Assessment

California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) 
UCLA Center for Health Policy Research >
The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) provides public health information for California's diverse population. Results on a variety of health topics are produced for the entire state and for most counties. The survey takes place every two years.

California Statistical Abstract
DOF >

California Report Card 2009
Children Now >
A new 56-page report presenting a clear case for prioritizing smart investments in children's health and education.

2007 California County Data Book
Children Now >
The 2007 California County Data Book provides the most comprehensive county-level data on children's health, education, and economic well-being available to the public. This online resource illuminates the vast differences between counties that are masked by statewide figures.

California Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & Maps
Geographic information systems are networks of computer hardware, software and services, designed to work with data that has a particular dimension of interest: geographic location. This location information may be any kind of spatial reference, such as a street address, a set of latitude-longitude coordinates, or the center point of a zip code boundary.
Whatever the spatial reference is, geographic information systems can use it to provide graphical display or statistical analysis of such data as healthcare facility capacities, cases of West Nile virus, or effects of environmental factors on childhood asthma.

List of California Counties
General statistics about the counties of California.

CANCER 

California Cancer Registry
The California Cancer Registry (CCR) is California's statewide population-based cancer surveillance system. The CCR collects information about all cancers diagnosed in California (except basal and squamous cell carcinoma of the skin and carcinoma in situ of the cervix). The availability of data on cancer in the state allows health researchers to analyze geographic, ethnic, occupational and other differences that provide clues that point to risk factors. The data also helps determine where early detection, educational or other programs should be directed.

SEER Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results
The SEER program collects and publishes cancer incidence and survival data from population-based cancer registries covering approximately 26 percent of the US population.

CHRONIC DISEASE 

Asthma
California County Asthma Profiles
California Breathing >
The County Asthma Profile is a county-specific asthma data resource for each of the 58 counties in California. They were created to show how asthma impacts each county and to support local level program planning and interventions.

Asthma in California
California Department of Public Health > Environmental Health Investigations Branch >
Several publications about Asthma in California Counties, including hospitalization rates and mortality rates.

Asthma Emergency Department Visit Rates by County in 2012
This dataset contains counts and rates (per 10,000 residents) of asthma emergency department visits among California residents by county and age group (all ages, 0-17, 18+) for 2012. The data are derived from the Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development databases.

(also see CHIS)

Diabetes
County Levels Estimates of Diagnosed Diabetes
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention > Diabetes Public Health Resource >

Obesity
Overweight and Obese Children 2 (excel)
Overweight and Obese Children 5-19 (excel)
California Health Interview Survey 2009

Healthy Communities: What Local Governments Can Do to Reduce and Prevent Obesity (pdf)
CDC > Obesity >
This report contains 24 recommended obesity prevention strategies focusing on environmental and policy level change initiatives that can be implemented by local governments and school districts to promote healthy eating and active living.

California Obesity Prevention Data Sources (pdf)
CDPH > California Obesity Prevention Program (COPP) >

Child Overweight Rates on the Rise in California Assembly Districts - 2005 Update
California Center for Public Health Advocacy >
To determine whether there have been changes in the epidemic of overweight in children since 2001, CCPHA analyzed data from the California Department of Education's 2004 Physical Fitness Test and compared the findings to results from 2001 that we previously published. Findings are reported for each state Assembly District.

Local Government Actions to Prevent Childhood Obesity (pdf)
Free executive summary provided by the National Academies.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

California Criminal Justice Profile
California Department of Justice > Criminal Justice Statistics Center >
Trend data are presented for crimes, arrests, arrest dispositions, criminal justice personnel and expenditures for the most recent 10 years. There is a separate Criminal Justice Profile for each county and the state. In each county profile, the data are presented for each contributing jurisdiction. Included are over 1,600 statistical tables.

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation - Reports and Research
California Department of Corrections >
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation publishes a variety of reports that range from statistical summaries of its offender populations to evaluation research reports on innovative rehabilitative treatment programs. These include population reports, offender information and demographics, population projections, historical trends, among others.

Offender Information Reports
California Department of Corrections >

DISEASES/CONDITIONS INVENTORY 

Diseases & Conditions
CDPH >

ECONOMICS (also see POPULATION

Poverty
County Poverty Rates 2009 (excel)
US Census Bureau >

Financial and Economic Data (see California County Profiles)

Unemployment
Employment Development Department > Labor Market Info >
Link to California query for county and sub county unemployment rates.

EDUCATION 

County Reports
Education Data Partnership >
These Ed-Data Profiles provide a comprehensive picture of each school, district and county, with statewide totals and links to additional data or explanations. The Profiles are organized in three sections: General, Students and Staffing.

Student Demographics
CDE >
Data files pertaining to student and school demographics that can be downloaded to your computer.

California Elementary Schools
A list of California elementary schools by city.

California High Schools
All California high schools are organized by city.

Data Quest
California Department of Education >
Data Quest helps you find facts about California Schools and districts.

Data Quest - Special Education
CDE >
Enrollment by Age and Disability and Ethnicity and Disability - state, county, district and school level data.

Fact Book: Handbook of Education Information
CDE >
Provides statistics and information on a variety of subjects concerning education in California.

STAR Test Results
CDE > Standardized Testing and Reporting >
STAR Test results for 2009 and prior years.

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH 

Environmental Protection Indicators for California (EPIC)
California Environmental Protection Agency >
Updated reports on environmental indicators for the state of California.

Air Quality Data
Environmental Protection Agency >
Compares air quality between counties.

HEALTH CARE/HEALTH INSURANCE 

Insurance Rates for Children (excel)
Insurance Rates for Women 20-44 (excel)
Medi-Cal Eligibility for children 0-17 (excel)
Medi-Cal Eligibility for Women 19-44 (excel)
California Health Interview Survey 2009

Healthcare Resources (pdf)
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development > Healthcare Information Division >
General Acute Care Hospital Sites/ER Level Maps.

Healthcare Information Division
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development >
The Healthcare Information Division (HID) administers the databases that are the foundation of OSHPD's information products. HID collects data from all licensed health facilities in California, and ensures the accuracy and confidentiality of the data.

MediCal Data
California Health Care Foundation > Medi-Cal >
County level Medi-Cal data.

Medi-Cal Insurance Coverage Among Low-Income Women by Maternal Characteristics (excel)
Maternal and Infant Health Assessment (MIHA) 2006 survey.

UCLA Center for Health Policy Research
The Center strives to understand and advance public health policies that can improve access to health care as well as promote good health among diverse populations in California.

Setting CCS Action Priorities for California's Title V 5-Year Plan (ppt)
This Power Point presentation presents the process and assessment data used at meetings of the California Children's Services (CCS) Title V Children With Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN) Needs Assessment Stakeholder meetings. The purpose of the meetings was to obtain stakeholder input and to assist CCS in establishing its Title V 5-Year action priorities. (April 2005)

Children with Special Health Care Needs (CSHCN): Issues and Options in Selecting Health Indicators (pdf)
FHOP > Publications
A 60-page PDF document reviewing the state of the art of indicators for CSHCN in order to provide guidance to those public/private agencies interested in measuring the impact of changes on this population.(January 1999)

Dental Care 

Denti-Cal Facts and Figures
California HealthCare Foundation >
This site provides an overview of California's Medicaid dental program, known as Denti-Cal. It highlights key statistics and trends related to access, utilization, expenditures, and providers.

Dental Managed Care Plan Utilization
Medi-Cal data showing County utilization percentages by Medi-Cal children for Dental Managed Care and Dental Fee-for-Service.

Dental Health Foundation
This site provides the latest findings in dental research to the general public, educators, and health practitioners.

Oral Health and Oral Health Care by Maternal Characteristics (excel)
Maternal and Infant Health Assessment (MIHA) survey.

⇒(also see CHIS)

Hospitalizations

Hospital and Health Facilities and Service Utilization Data
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development >
Information on hospital discharges, home and long term care, primary care and specialty service utilization data and health facilities data.

Interactive Maps; Data & Map Products
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development >

Preventable Hospitalizations in California (1999 - 2008)
Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development > Healthcare Information Division >
Statewide and County Trends in Access to and Quality of Outpatient Care Measured with Prevention Quality Indicators (PQIs)

INFECTIOUS DISEASE 

AIDS
HIV/AIDS Epidemiology
CDPH > Prevention Services > Office of AIDS >
Death and survival data on AIDS, including the California County Epidemiological Fact Sheet.

Foodborne Disease
Epidemiologic Summary of Foodborne Disease Outbreaks in California, 2001 - 2008 (pdf)
Division of Communicable Disease Control > Infectious Disease Branch >
This report describes the epidemiology of FBDOs in California from 2001 through 2008.

Immunization
Vaccine-Preventable Disease Surveillance
CDPH > Immunization Branch >
Most recent reports on vaccine-preventable diseases in California.

School Immunizations (includes PBEs) in Child Care, (2013-2015)  in Kindergarten, (2013-2015) and in 7th Grade, (2013-2015)
School immunization data are contained in three separate, but similar, tables, one each for child care, kindergarten and 7th grade students. The data are from the 2013-2014 academic year.

Sexually Transmitted Disease 

California Local Health Jurisdiction STD Data
California Department of Public Health >
This site contains STD data summaries by local health jurisdiction, as well as for the entire state. Data are broken down by disease, gender, age group, and race/ethnicity.

California Local Health Jurisdiction STD Data Summaries, 2010 Provisional Data (pdf)
This file contains STD data summaries by local health jurisdiction for 2010. Data are broken down by disease, gender, age group, and race/ethnicity.

Chlamydia, Cases & Rates for Females Ages 15-24, California Counties & Selected City Health Jurisdictions, 2006-2010 Provisional Data (pdf)
This file contains chlamydia data for females age 15-24 by local health jurisdiction for 2010.

INJURY & VIOLENCE 

California Injury Data Online
California Department of Health Care Services > EPICenter >
EPIC's mission is to provide accurate, timely and objective information on injuries. It is the most complete source of injury data for California.

Injuries by Cause and Age
California Department of Public Health > EPICenter >
Data tables by California county.

Domestic Violence 
Number of Domestic Violence Calls (pdf)
RAND California Statistics > Community Statistics >

Women Experiencing Intimate Partner Violence, California, 1998-2002 (pdf)
Findings from the California Women's Health Survey, 1997-2003
This article reviews prevalence data of intimate partner violence(also defined here as domestic violence [DV]) reported by California Women's Health Survey (CWHS)respondents during 1998 through 2001. Where possible, intimate partner violence is further broken down into categories of intimate partner physical domestic violence (IPP-DV), control, threats, sexual assault, and stalking. This chapter also assesses all 2002 respondents' expressed inclination to use DV related services if they were experiencing intimate partner violence.

Exposure to Domestic Violence by Maternal Characteristics (excel)
Reported by women in the Maternal and Infant Health Assessment (MIHA) 2006 survey.

Motor Vehicle Accidents
Annual Report of Fatal and Injury Motor Vehicle Traffic Collisions
California State Highway Patrol >
See Section 8 - Reports by County.

Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) Web-Based Encyclopedia
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration > National Center for Statistics and Analysis >
Data on motor vehicle accidents and fatalities. You can drill down to county data.

MATERNAL MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY

Costs of Maternal Hemorrhage in California (pdf)

Costs of Gestational Hypertensive Disorders in California: Hypertension, Preeclampsia, and Eclampsia (pdf)

The California Pregnancy-Associated Mortality Review (CA-PAMR) (pdf)
This Bulletin provides an update to the report on Maternal Death Reviews from 2002 to 2003 released in Spring 2011.

MENTAL HEALTH 

Statistics and Data Analysis
Department of Mental Health >
Statistics and Data Analysis collects and/or analyzes data within three major program areas, specifically, county mental health programs, Medi-Cal specialty mental health services, and state hospitals.

Access to Mental Health Services Among California Women (pdf)
Findings from the California Women's Health Survey, 1997-2003
This article examines demographic predictors of access to specialty mental health services including race/ethnicity and poverty as well as associated factors such as education, marital status, and health insurance status. Access is examined as a function of perceived need for mental health services in the past year, attempts to obtain those services, and utilization of specialty mental health services in the past year.

Estimates of Need for Mental Health Services
Department of Mental Health > Statistics and Data Analysis >
County level estimates of need for Mental Health Services by age, race/ethnicity and gender.

NUTRITION/FOOD SECURITY

County Nutrition and Food Insecurity Profiles
The profiles provide local data describing the need for nutritious, affordable food and the extent to which the federal nutrition programs can help address that need.

Pediatric Nutrition Surveillance System (PedNSS)
The Children's Medical Services (CMS) Branch released the 2006 PedNSS Annual Reports in CHDP Information Notice 07-D. The information notice provides a description of PedNSS reports and instructions for how to complete Performance Measure 6 using these reports.

School Meals - Free/Reduced Price Data All Schools and Elementary Schools
California Department of Education > Nutrition Services Branch >
The California Department of Education’s Nutrition Services Division tracks the number and percentage of students eligible for and enrolled in free or reduced price meal programs. Data includes public enrollment, number & percent of free & reduced meals, and the number of free & reduced eligible by school districts and school.

Health Kids Survey
School district level data on student exposure to health risks, assets, levels of development supports and resiliency.

POPULATION 

California Demographics
California Department of Finance >
Homepage for the Demographic Research Unit. According the DRU, "The Demographic Research Unit of the California Department of Finance is designated as the single official source of demographic data for State planning and budgeting."

State and County QuickFacts: California
US Census Bureau >
Quick, easy access to facts about people, business, and geography for California State and Counties.

Census 2000: State and County Summary (excel)
DOF > Demographic Research Unit >
Information on housholds and families.

FTP Listing of California Counties
US Census Bureau >
This census page has census tract maps that go down to the block level for each of the counties.

PRETERM BIRTH
March of Dimes 2016 Premature Birth Report Cards

Click on California to see some county-level data and reports. 

SOCIAL SERVICES 

Children in Foster Care, 2011 (excel)

Child Abuse Refferals
Center for Social Services Research (UC Berkeley) > Child Welfare Research Center >
These reports describe unduplicated counts of children per year who have been identified as a victim in a child abuse referral.

Child Welfare Report System
Center for Social Services Research (UC Berkeley) >

Foster Care Reports
California Department of Social Services >

Food Stamps - Data Tables
California Department of Social Services > Research and Data Reports>
These data tables display data provided by County Welfare Departments concerning caseload and costs related to food stamp programs.

TEEN BIRTH 

Teen Births in California (pdf)
Public Health Institute >
2010 Spring Update.

Teen Births & Costs by California Counties (2008) (pdf)
Public Health Institute >
Provides county level estimates on the cost of teen births to both tax payers and to society as well as teen birth rates.

CA Teen Birth Rate Trends by County, 1995-1997 & 2004-2006 (pdf)
This test map compares two time periods using birth rates for the 15-17 year old teen population.

VITAL RECORDS 

Vital Records Data Tables
California Department of Public Health >
Provide data on births, deaths (including fetal and infant deaths), morbidity and population demographics.

Death Statistical Data Tables
These are the current available death statistical data tables based on the California death certificate information; contain statewide and county data.

Vital Statistics of California
California Department of Public Health >
Annual report which contains statistical tabulations of births, deaths, and fetal deaths.

Maternal Child Infant Health Assessment (MIHA) Survey
The Maternal and Infant Health Assessment, or MIHA, is an annual, statewide-representative survey of women with a recent live birth in California.

Infant Mortality by Race/Ethnicity, 2004-2013
This dataset provides five years of data on infant mortality by race/ethnicity. The death of a baby before his or her first birthday is called infant mortality. The dataset includes California live birth population data as well as counts and rates

Newborn Screened Disorders by Race/Ethnicity, 2009-2013
This table presents the disorders diagnosed by the California Newborn Screening Program during the five-year period from 2009 through 2013. The counts of disorders are presented by race/ethnicity groups.

Birth Profiles by Zip Code, 1989-2012
Birth Profiles by ZIP Code consist of the number of live births, based on the mother's residence at the time of delivery and include aggregates by Race/Ethnic Group of Mother, Age of Mother, Infant Birthweight, and Prenatal Care Trimester by ZIP Code.  These key health status indicators at the ZIP code level can be used to perform small area analysis to identify and target areas within cities and counties where public health programs may be needed. 

WOMEN'S HEALTH

California Women's Health 2007 (pdf)
The OWH developed California's Women's Health 2007 to provide readers with an easy-to-use collection of current and historical data on some of the most pressing health challenges facing women, their families, and their communities. The report is intended to be a concise reference for policy makers and program managers at the federal, state, and local levels to help identify and clarify issues affecting the health of women and girls.

Findings from the California Women's Health Survey, 1997-2003 (pdf)
This report is a compilation of the California Women's Health Survey (CWHS) findings for the period 1997 through 2003. The CWHS, the first California survey focusing on women's health, began in 1997 as a response to the lack of California-specific data on women's health status, behaviors and attitudes. The survey is the result of a unique collaborative effort between the California Department of Health Services, the California Department of Mental Health, the California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs, the California Department of Social Services, California Medical Review, Inc (CMRI) (now called Lumetra), and the Public Health Institute. Contributing programs collaboratively design the survey and use the information derived from the survey to improve the health of California women through program planning, implementation, and evaluation.