This map displays the rate of teen births by county. Teens are considered those youth between the ages of 15 and 19. Teen birth data help to identify vulnerable populations and areas of greatest need.
This map shows the number of youth referrals to juvenile courts in Missouri for acts that would be violations of the Missouri Criminal Code if committed by an adult. Youth crime data can be used to assess community well-being, address issues related to housing, and predict morbidity and mortality.
This map displays the number of substantiated child abuse/neglect investigations for children under 18 in the state of Missouri. Data on child abuse and neglect can help to identify and prioritize outreach, education, and services to vulnerable communities and populations.
This map shows the percentage of hours attended by public school students grades kindergarten through 12. School attendance rates are important to increasing access to educational opportunities, educational attainment, and community well-being.
This map shows the percent of live births where the infant was recorded weighing less than five pounds, eight ounces. Low birth weight data are important because they help address issues related to community well-being, healthcare access, and nutrition.
This map shows the percent of youth by county reported as being without housing. Understanding unhoused populations can help to address issues related to poverty, healthcare access, educational attainment, and workforce development.
This map shows the percent of students who leave high school before graduating. High school graduation rates and dropout rates are important for assessing the well-being, health outcomes, and the economic future of a population or community.
This map shows the percent of students who scored proficient or above on the Algebra I End of Course Exam (EOC). Proficiency scores for math and reading are important for identifying gaps, opportunities, and emerging issues.
This map shows the number of infant deaths under one year of age. Infant mortality is an important indicator for assessing well-being, healthcare access, and factors related to environmental justice.
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This map shows locations of local food businesses in the state of Missouri. Customers can find farmers markets, food pantries, as well as direct contacts to farmers near them that are selling different food items. Other resources are listed such as schools, hospitals, and other demographic information.
Get started with layers related to food access including food deserts, population with limited food access, locations of major supermarkets and food pantries, and the Modified Retail Food Environmental Index Score from the CDC.
Get started with layers related to youth mental health, including homeless youth, youth mental health centers, and adverse childhood experience (ACES) scores.
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The MU Extension Grand Challenges Report is designed to support annual summaries, community assessment, and strategic alignment across MU Extension.
The COVID-19 Vulnerability Footprint identifies vulnerable communities across the nation, defined as having high concentrations of older populations, the uninsured, and high population density. Thresholds for target area identification are adjustable, allowing the tool to be utilized in all geographic areas where regional rates may be higher or lower than the national average.
The Missouri EATS Food Assessment is designed to help communities start the conversation about building a stronger community food environment. Missouri EATS is a community development process designed to identify local assets and needs, develop a plan to act on top priorities, and make sustainable changes to enhance local food systems.
The Rural Opioid Response Hub provides access to a collection of opioid-related data, resources, and tools. It is an online platform for communities across Missouri working to increase substance abuse prevention efforts and address social issues that contribute to the accessibility and abuse of opiates.
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This report provides access to state’s only source for public, accessible state and local data about immunizations and exemptions for vaccine-preventable diseases in Missouri.
The vulnerable populations footprint tool is a compact mapping and reporting platform that identifies geographic areas with high rates of poverty and low educational attainment – the two indicators demonstrated to be the primary social determinants of population health. Thresholds for target area identification are adjustable, allowing the tool to be utilized in all geographic areas where regional rates may be higher or lower than the national average.
This is a dynamic, public portal that analyzes over 30 of the SNAP-Ed Evaluation Framework indicators. These data can be assessed at a local, county, state, or multi-state level.
Visit exploreMOhealth to review data on chronic conditions, create a needs assessment, or examine targeted health data specific to a particular county or ZIP Code in Missouri.
The University of Missouri System Community Connect website provides a space to showcase engagements between the Universities and their communities.