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  • Healthy City is a program of the Advancement Project, a civil-rights nonprofit. In our California office we also have an Urban Peace program that strives to reduce the cycle of violence, an Educational Equity program that seeks to expand educational opportunities for low-income children, and an Equity in Public Funds program that increase transparency, accountability, and equity in the use of public funds.
  • Viewing point and thematic data together enables you to get an initial picture of the distribution of resources, while understanding a particular characteristic about an area. For example, are there educational resources in areas with low educational attainment? Is there access to fresh food in areas with a high concentration of people with diabetes?
  • Fresno Food and shelterZIP code 93710
  • Click here to understand how the service categories are organized – we use the service category taxonomy that is used by 211
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    • 1. Information + action for social changeFamily Based Services, St. Anne’s
    • 2. Healthy City is a project of… A public policy change organization rooted in the civil rights movement
    • 3. …is an information + action resource that unites rigorous research, community voices and innovative technologies to solve the root causes of social inequityONLINE MAPPING TECHNOLOGY DIRECT TECHNICAL SUPPORT : www.HealthyCity.org Work ON-THE-GROUND to develop targeted research/policy strategies and web tools COMMUNITY RESEARCH LAB Training community groups to lead and sustain action-oriented research & technology projects
    • 4. HealthyCity.org is a statewide resources that enables you to:• Find community resources and partners• Map, Chart & Rank community data• Upload data & Share your community’s story
    • 5. Types of Data on HealthyCity.orgServices & Points Social Services & Nonprofits Hospitals and FQHCs Public & Private Schools Grocery Stores & WIC Vendors Alcohol Outlets & Toxic Sites And much more…
    • 6. Types of Data on HealthyCity.orgPopulation Characteristics ThematicCivic ParticipationEmployment, Income & PovertyHealth Conditions, Diseases, Injuries and DeathsCrime & Public SafetyHousingAnd much more…
    • 7. “Point” & “Thematic” Data
    • 8. Today you will learn how to:1. Help clients find services by searching the detailed health and human service database of 2-1-1 LA County. a) Browse through services categories and print a list of services b) Map services (using keyword search)2. Research information about your community to enhance program focus and planning.
    • 9. Question for ParticipantsWhat types of services might you include in your searches?
    • 10. 1. a. Find a Service: You’re a case manager looking forfood and shelter options for a client.
    • 11. 1075 N Western Avenue
    • 12. *Food & Shelter
    • 13. *Food & Shelter
    • 14. Browse throughlistings to look at service details
    • 15. You can getdirections for your client
    • 16. See theseservices on a map
    • 17. SAVE this list forPRINT reference future list of services EMAIL a link to this list of services
    • 18. Resource Guides Available: Click on • Service Categories
    • 19. Questions?
    • 20. 1. b. Map services using the keyword searchSearch for services like counseling, parenting classes, workforce development, etc.
    • 21. Click on Change toselect your geography
    • 22. Click the +- buttons to add services to your map
    • 23. • Use the KEYWORD searchtab• Type in a word• Click “Search”
    • 24. Click on the categories of interest, then click ADD TO LIST *Use Ctrl + Click to select multiple categories
    • 25. You can Hide your PointLegend, and will need toShow List Points in order to make the points interactive
    • 26. Click on a resource to learn more about it
    • 27. Questions?
    • 28. 2. Research information about yourcommunity to enhance program focus and planning.For WIC participants in this area, what is the preferred language? What are the trends in breastfeeding?
    • 29. View data overtime
    • 30. Many indicators of interest will be available by ZIP code; others by Census Tract, City or County
    • 31. Learn about our data sources
    • 32. Questions?
    • 33. Help is Available: Click on• Healthy City User Guide or •FAQs
    • 34. Thank You!