Health Reports & Data

Data Sources

    
Frequently used data sources - last updated August 16, 2018


Public Health Data & Maps
 

    Solano County Health Data, by Indicator:

    Solano County Opiates by the Numbers - created October, 2017
    Solano County Opiates - created October, 2017
    
Assault Rate by Zip Code - created January, 2017
    Lung Cancer Rate by Zip Code - created January, 2017
    Hypertension Rate by Zip Code - created January, 2017
    Mental Health Rate by Zip Codecreated January, 2017
    Stroke Rate by Zip Codecreated January, 2017
    Substance Abuse Rate by Zip Codecreated January, 2017

    Diabetes Rate by Zip Codecreated August, 2016
    Education Indicatorscreated August, 2016
    Heart Disease Rate by Zip Codecreated August, 2016
    Overweight & Obesity Rate by Zip Codecreated August, 2016

    Asthma Rate by Zip Codecreated May, 2016
    Food Environment Indicatorscreated May, 2016
    Food deserts by Census Tract - created May, 2016
    Life Expectancy Rates by Zip Codecreated May, 2016

    Breastfeeding Rates by Zip Codecreated April, 2016
    Chlamydia & Gonorrhea Rates by Zip Code & Race/Ethnicity - created April, 2016


Campaign Materials
Your Baby Matters - Solano County Coalition to Reduce Infant Death designed a English/Spanish brochure and posters to help educate the community about reducing the risk of SIDS. Posters are available in English, Spanish, and English featuring African American babies. Materials funded in part by the SIDS Alliance of Northern California.


Reports

United Way Snapshot of Poverty: Solano County

The United Way Bay Area developed county reports as advanced reading for a listening tour conducted in early 2018 to enhance their efforts to end the cycle of poverty in the Bay Area. To read the report for Solano County, Click Here.


Solano County Community Assessment for Public Health Emergency Response (CAPSER)

Following the August 24, 2014 South Napa Earthquake, Solano County Public Health conducted a post-emergency assessment of the community repercussions of the earthquake, as well as community preparedness for the emergency. To read the Solano County 2014 CASPER Final Report, Click Here.


Websites
Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine
http://www.bfmed.org/

American Academy of Family Physicians
http://www.aafp.org/

American Academy of Pediatrics
http://www.aap.org/

California Department of Health Services
http://www.dhs.ca.gov/

California Department of Health Services Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health Branch
http://www.mch.dhs.ca.gov

California Child Care Resource and Referral Agency
http://www.rrnetwork.org/rrnet/index.htm

The California Endowment
http://www.calendow.org/

The California HealthCare Foundation
http://www.chcf.org/

The California Wellness Foundation
http://www.tcwf.org/

100% Campaign
http://www.100percentcampaign.org

Center of Disease Control
http://www.cdc.gov/

Children?s Defense Fund
http://www.childrensdefense.org/

Children Now
http://www.childrennow.org/

Children's Network
http://www.childnet.org/

Coalition for Improving Maternity Services
http://www.motherfriendly.org/

First 5 California
http://www.ccfc.ca.gov/

First 5 Solano Children and Families Commission
http://first5solano.org/home/first5s/

La Leche League
http://www.lalecheleague.org/

March of Dimes
http://www.marchofdimes.com/

National Women's Health Information Center
http://www. 4woman.gov/

Preschool For All
http://www.preschoolforall.org/

San Diego Breastfeeding Coalition
http://www.breastfeeding.org/

Solano Kids Insurance Program (SKIP)
http://skip.solanocoalition.org/

Solano Parenting Partnership
http://childnet.org/parenting/

Solano County's Alcohol, Tobacco & Other Drugs educational web site http://www.nodrugs.info/

US Breastfeeding Committee
http://www.usbreastfeeding.org/StratPlan.html

WIC Breastfeeding Resources
http://www.wicworks.ca.gov/breastfeeding/BFResources.html

Zero to Three
http://zerotothree.org/