Social Vulnerability Index, 2020

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The Social Vulnerability Index map displays the final Social Vulnerability Index Score and the four theme scores (Socioeconomic, Household Composition, Minority Status, and Housing & Transportation) of each county/census tract ranked against all counties/tracts in the United States. County and tract level data are acquired from the CDC/ATSDR Social Vulnerability Index, 2020.

Area Deprivation Index by Census Block Group

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The 2020 Area Deprivation Index is now available! The ADI map displays rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups. The 2020 ADI was constructed using the 2016-2020 5-year estimates from the US Census’ American Community Survey.

Change in Area Deprivation Index Scores (2015 to 2019) by Census Block Group

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This map layer displays the change (+/-) in Area Deprivation Index (ADI) scores between the 2015 and 2019 datasets. The ADI is a rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups. The 2015 ADI (v2.0) was constructed using the 2011-2015 5-year estimates from the US Census’ American Community Survey (ACS); the 2019 ADI uses 2015-2019 5-year estimates from the ACS.

Area Deprivation Index by Census Block Group

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The 2019 Area Deprivation Index is now available! The ADI map displays rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups. The 2019 ADI was constructed using the 2015-2019 5-year estimates from the US Census’ American Community Survey.

Area Deprivation Index by Census Block Group

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The Area Deprivation Index has been publically released! The ADI map displays rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups.

Data from the 2019 County Health Rankings are here!

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Data and maps from the 2019 County Health Rankings are now availble! Click the map below to view the rank and underlying data for Premature Death, or search for additional updates by searching the Map Room for the term “CHR 2019”.

Change in Area Deprivation Index Scores (2013 to 2015) by Census Block Group

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This map layer displays the change (+/-) in Area Deprivation Index (ADI) scores between the 2013 and 2015 datasets. The ADI is a rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups. The 2015 ADI (v2.0) was constructed using the 2011-2015 5-year estimates from the US Census’ American Community Survey. The methods are identical to the 2013 ADI construction.

Area Deprivation Index by Census Block Group

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The 2015 Area Deprivation Index is now available! The ADI map displays rankings of neighborhoods by socioeconomic status disadvantage in a region of interest (e.g. at the state or national level). It includes factors for the theoretical domains of income, education, employment, and housing quality. It can be used to inform health delivery and policy, especially for the most disadvantaged neighborhood groups. The 2015 ADI (v2.0) was constructed using the 2011-2015 5-year estimates from the US Census’ American Community Survey. The methods are identical to the 2013 ADI construction.