Healthy Dane.ORG: The Healthy Dane hospital and public health partners are pleased to make this source of reliable, current community health and population data available to our Dane County community. We invite community organizations, planners, policy makers, educational institutions and residents to use this site as a tool to understand and track community health issues, and plan strategies for improvement.
Wisconsin Department of Health Services: Multiple health based reports for the state of Wisconsin. General annual statistical reports.
Local city, county, regional) can be found at http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/localdata/
Wisconsin Interactive Statistics on Health (WISH): This site gives you information about health indicators (measures of health) in Wisconsin. WISH allows policy makers, health professionals, and the public to submit questions (requests for data) and receive answers (tables) over the Internet. More indepth searching capabilities, i.e. year, county, etc.
Wisconsin Child Nutrition Programs: Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Community and School Nutrition Programs Home Page. Iinformation and program guidance to the National School Lunch Program, the School Breakfast Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, the Summer Food Service Program, the Special Milk Program, and the USDA Commodity Food Distribution Program. Program statistics, broken down by city and school, are found on the left side green menu under "Program Statistics"
Wisconsin Child Welfare Statistical Graps and Reports: A list of graphically oriented WiSACWIS based reports. "Dashboards" provides statewide and county specific information at an summary level. Detailed information of dashboard summaries available for authorized WiSACWIS users available within eWReports. Also included as pdf documents, are monthly child welfare activity counts with trend-line graphs and yearly reports
County Health Reports: Not as robust as WISH, but other general statistical site for county health reports. Can chose other states as well.
Some projects combine data with maps using GIS (Geographic Information Systems) to provide a geospatial overview and give geographic reference to the data.