Compiled by the Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics "America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2021, is a compendium of indicators about our Nation’s young people...[t]hese indicators are drawn from our most reliable Federal statistics, are easily understood by broad audiences, are objectively based on substantial research, are balanced so that no single area of children’s lives dominates the report, are measured often to show trends over time, and are representative of large segments of the population rather than one particular group."
The Data Resource Center for Child and Adolescent Health provides online access to survey data that allows users to compare state, regional, and nationwide results – plus resources and personalized assistance for interpreting and reporting findings.
Published supplement of the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR) reviews 2013–2019 data collected by "numerous federal data systems" on "on various indicators of children’s mental health, particularly mental disorders."
Population characteristics, health status of infants, children and adolescents, health services utilization, state- and city-level data, and MCH measures and goals. Compiled by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration, and Maternal and Child Health Bureau.
Prepared by the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). Economic and social statistics on the nations of the world, with particular reference to children's well-being. Includes tables for basic indicators, nutrition, health, education, demographic indicators, economic indicators, women, and the rate of progress.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) monitors six categories of priority health-risk behaviors among youth and young adults -- behaviors that contribute to unintentional and intentional injuries; tobacco use; alcohol and other drug use; sexual behaviors that contribute to unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) (including HIV infection); unhealthy dietary behaviors; and physical inactivity. Includes a national school-based survey conducted by CDC as well as state, territorial, and local school-based surveys conducted by education and health agencies.
Links to data on "refugees, asylum-seekers, internally displaced and stateless people worldwide" as well as data on "people who have returned to their countries or areas of origin" and "[d]emographic characteristics of UNHCR’s populations of concern."
"This useful online guide links users directly to the most credible, high-quality data on immigrants and immigration in the United States and internationally. The easy-to-use publication includes more than 220 data resources compiled by governmental and authoritative nongovernmental sources."
"This comprehensive collection of informational material allows students, researchers, faculty, and policy makers to access publications, articles, presentations, and other documents that are related to migration and health."
"[The Migration Policy Institute] provides analysis, development, and evaluation of migration and refugee policies at local, national, and international levels. It aims to meet the demand for pragmatic and thoughtful responses to the challenges and opportunities that large-scale migration, whether voluntary or forced, presents to communities and institutions in an increasingly integrated world."
Compiled by the U.S. Office of Refugee Resettlement, this site provides the following data on unaccompanied children: age, country of origin, gender, home studies and post-release services, length of care, referrals, and release to sponsors.
Produced by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, "the Yearbook is a compendium of tables that provides data on foreign nationals who, during the specified fiscal year, were granted lawful permanent residence, were admitted into the United States on a temporary basis, applied for asylum or refugee status, or were naturalized."
The National Center for Veterans Analysis and Statistics (NCVAS) supports planning, analysis, and decision-making activities through the collection, validation, analysis, and dissemination of key statistics on Veteran population and VA programs.
Online reports released by the Military Health System *(MHS), which is responsible for "Health care delivery, Medical education, Public health, Private sector partnerships, [and] Cutting edge medical research and development" in relation to the U.S. armed services.
Compiled by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the National Healthcare Quality Report and the National Healthcare Disparities Report "[p]rovides a comprehensive overview of the quality of health care received by the general U.S. population and disparities in care experienced by different racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups"
Lists the objectives for the Healthy People 2030 initiative related to Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. Select "Baseline only" icon to see the baseline data that is available for each objective listed.
"The Mapping Medicare Disparities (MMD) Tool contains health outcome measures for disease prevalence, costs, and hospitalization for 18 specific chronic conditions, emergency department utilization, readmissions rates, mortality and preventable hospitalizations. The MMD Tool provides a user friendly way to explore and better understand disparities in chronic diseases, and allows users to: 1) visualize health outcome measures at a national, state, or county level; 2) explore health outcome measures by age, race and ethnicity, gender; 3) compare differences between two geographic locations (e.g., benchmark against the national average); and 4) compare differences between two racial and ethnic groups within the same geographic area."
" periodic Chartbook prepared by the Federal Interagency Forum (Forum) on Aging-Related Statistics, provides a comprehensive, easy-to-understand picture of our older population. Readers will find here an accessible compendium of indicators drawn from the most reliable official statistics. Indicators are categorized into six broad groups: Population, Economics, Health Status, Health Risks and Behaviors, Health Care, and Environment."
'The Profile of Older Americans is an annual summary of critical statistics related to the older population in the United States. Relying primarily on data offered by the U.S. Census Bureau, the Profile illustrates the shifting demographics of Americans age 65 and older. It includes key topic areas such as income, living arrangements, education, health, and caregiving. The 2020 Profile includes special sections on COVID-19 and mental health."
Report assesses the health status and health behaviors of U.S. adults aged 65 years and older and makes recommendations to improve the mental and physical health of all Americans in their later years. The report includes national- and state-based report cards that examine 15 key indicators of older adult health.
Compiled by the Institute on Disability at
University of New Hampshire, the Annual Disability Statistics Compendium "is a web-based tool that pools disability statistics published by various federal agencies together in one place."
Compiled by the Office of Women's Health, "[t]his interactive site makes available state and country wide health data so that researchers, students, policy makers, grant writers, etc. can fully explore the key issues and concerns of health."
"PRAMS is an ongoing, site-specific, population-based surveillance system designed to identify groups of women and infants at high risk for health problems, to monitor changes in health status, and to measure progress towards goals in improving the health of mothers and infants."