State of Connecticut Social Indicators
[ Town Social Indicators Data ][ State of Connecticut Social Indicators Report ]
As of 1/30/01, revised reports have been posted to rectify some incorrect calculations in the teen and low birth numbers and rate information for all 169 Connecticut towns and the State. All reports dated before 1/30/01 should be discarded and replaced with the reports below.
The State of Connecticut Social Indicators reports are based on data collected by the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation (PIRE) for the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services as part of the recent statewide prevention needs assessment funded by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention. Since the statewide substance abuse prevention needs assessment, DMHAS has added data from additional years.
Each town report consists of two pages of statistics. The reports have sections on demographics, community, family, school and individual domain indicators. These reports should be used in conjunction with the State of Connecticut Social Indicators Report.
All the reports are available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format at this web site. PDF format allows us to preserve the formatting and design of the reports and ensure cross platform compatibility. Questions about the social indicators reports should be directed to Pat Adams (860.418.6841) in the Office of Program Analysis and Support at the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.