CARES provides the Michigan Public Health Institute with access to data, maps, and reporting tools through a series of widgets. These data and tools support public health agencies across the state by providing access to reliable health needs assessment data.
The Andrew County Public Health Department has teamed up with CARES to develop a local public health dashboard that provides citizens and the media with easy access to data for all major reportable diseases. Data are shown for more than 15 reportable diseases in the county with benchmarks for previous years.
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 partnered with the Coalition Against Trafficking and Exploitation (CATE) to develop an interactive and dynamic resource map. The resource map is embedded on the CATE website and updated annually with new information.
The Salud America! Health Equity Report Card, powered by CARES, provides information on how your county is doing on a variety of health-related conditions compared to the rest of your state and nation. The data show how your area stacks up in housing, transportation, poverty, healthcare, mental health, environmental issues, and access to healthy food and active spaces.
The Missouri Foundation for Health (MFH) Resource Data Tool is a targeted online assessment and data exploration tool. This tool is restricted for use by staff at the Missouri Foundation for Health.
The ESHE Index was developed in partnership with the Council on Black Health in 2015. The index ranked counties across the United States on factors related to healthy eating. The goal of ESHE Index was to stimulate changes in food and food policy landscapes that can facilitate high dietary quality. The ESHE index was discontinued in 2021.
In 2018, the Georgia Rural Health Innovation Center and Mercer University partnered with CARES to provide the state of Georgia and its public health entities with a custom community health needs assessment (CHNA), Map Room, and a Health Asset Finder. These tools were all launched as widgets, or embeddable tools, and can be found on at https://georgiaruralhealth.org