The Community Service Council is a local non-profit organzation that produces statistical reports on issues of local interest, including health and mental health, social indicators, economics, and education.
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County Health Rankings allows you to compare county health factors and health outcomes within each state. The project is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
Data.OK.gov is the central location for Oklahoma related data and statistics. The website includes Oklahoma government data regarding the economy, public health, transportation, and the environment.
County-level data are often difficult to find. Here you'll see charts and spreadsheets for some statistics as well as links to their sources.
The Statistics and Data section of the ODMHSAS website provides access to local statistics and published reports.
The Data and Statistics section of the Oklahoma State Department of Health website provides links to several statistical sources offering Oklahoma health data. Topics include Child & Family, Community Health, Disease & Prevention, and Protective Health. In addition, this site links to the State of the State's Health annual reports and OK2SHARE, a web-based data query system containing Oklahoma specific data for Vital Statistics, Hospitals and ASCs, Health Surveys, and Health Registries.
Statehealthfacts.org provides state comparisons and individual state profiles detailing a wide variety of health related topics, including health status, insurance, Medicare/Medicaid, and health costs. The website is a project of the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.
The Tulsa World maintains several diverse databases containing state and local information, such as state, county, and city employee salaries, neighborhood crime maps, discovered meth lab locations, and Oklahoma tornados.