Healthcare

These sites offer information on healthcare for children, youth, women, and families.

General Healthcare Information

  • Indiana State Department of Health
    This comprehensive site offers information on the prevalence of cancer and HIV/STDs. Also, it includes data on immunization rates, induced terminated pregnancies, marriage, infectious diseases, maternal and child health, fatality, mortality, and information from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey. Data is available for state, county, and select cities.
  • Kaiser Family Foundation
    This site offers state-level information on health coverage and the uninsured, Medicaid/SCHIP, Medicare, health costs, managed care, minority health, women’s health, and HIV/AIDS.
  • National Center for Health Statistics
    This site offers national data on birth and pregnancies by age group, race, and ethnicity.

Health Insurance

These sites offer data on the percentages of children and families living with and without health insurance.

HIV/AIDS and STDs

Women’s Health

  • Kaiser Family Foundation
    This site offers reports and a searchable database on a variety of women’s health issues, such as access to medical care, reproductive issues, health status, and prevention issues.

Youth Health Issues

  • Indiana Prevention Resource Center
    A yearly report on the prevalence of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use among Indiana’s 6th-12th graders is available on this site.
  • Indiana State Department of Health
    Data is available on this site from the Youth Risk Behavior Survey, sponsored by the Centers for Disease Control. It includes information on youth smoking, sexual activity, alcohol prevalence, and eating habits of Indiana’s 9th-12th graders.
  • Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System
    This site provides national data that allows comparisons from 33 states, including Indiana, on data related to youth smoking, sexual activity, alcohol prevalence, sexual activity, and eating habits.