The Rural Opioid Technical Assistance (ROTA) project supports University of Missouri Extension field faculty in developing, analyzing, and disseminating data and outcomes on addressing opioid issues in rural communities.
The Inland Northwest Insights Hub was active between 2018 and 2022. It was a collaborative effort between regional grantmaking foundations, community health experts and social service providers that serve counties throughout the Inland Northwest. The Hub was supported by contributions from the Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation, Syringa Hospital, Idaho Community Foundation, and Innovia Foundation.
CARES built, maintains, and curates the Missouri Broadband Resource Rail and supports Initiative projects through data collection, analysis, mapping, and the creation of story maps for projects in designated communities.
The Oklahoma Vocational Rehabilitation Hub supports ETS specialists (employment transition services) in entering data and reporting about students’ use of services. These data are aggregated to meet federal reporting requirements and used by staff at the Oklahoma Career Center. Data are stored in secure databases due to sensitive information.
The Missouri Recovery Friendly Workplaces Hub provides resources to employers on how to become a recovery friendly workplace. Recovery Friendly Workplaces promote employee safety, health, and well-being by reducing stigma and providing recovery resources related to the challenges surrounding substance use disorders.
CARES hosts a suite of COVID-19 data dashboards at the national, state, and local levels. The city and county dashboards are the result of a partnership between CARES and local public health departments to streamline and make data publicly available.
CARES provides data analysis support to the Center for Health Policy at the University of Missouri School of Medicine.
The Adventist Health Priority Area Indicator Ranking (PAIR) tool is designed to help the Adeventist Health Community Benefit Team create, enhance, and activate community health needs assessments and interventions. The PAIR tool helps hospitals prioritize the individual characteristics that need the most attention and the high-level health category that needs addressed the most at the community level.