Quantitative data provides evidence for the community need in your grant proposal. It shows that your organization understands the population you plan to serve. Choose trustworthy sources that include accurate, timely, and relevant data. Use county and local statistics where possible to reinforce the size of the problem in your community. Overall, the data you choose should be simple to understand and explain.
General Health Data
- Data and Case Reporting - A webpage with links to information on diseases and public health datasets.
- Texas Health Data - A series of dashboards with Texas health data.
- Texas Health Profiles - Regional and county-level data on population characteristics compiled from various sources.
- Census Texas Profile - Profile of Texas compiled by the US Census Bureau.
- Birth Data - Counts of live births in Texas.
- Death Data - Counts and characteristics of deaths in Texas.
- Infant Deaths - Counts and characteristics of deaths among Texans under 1 year of age.
Public Health Infrastructure
- Health Professions Resource Center - Information on licensed health care professions in Texas.
- Texas Hospital Data - Information on hospitals collected from the Annual Survey of Hospitals and the Annual Statement of Community Benefits.
- COVID-19 - Information on COVID-19 cases, COVID-19-associated fatalities, and hospitalizations.
- Cancer - Information on cancer incidence for Texas counties and the state.
- New HIV Diagnoses, People Living with HIV - Information collected by the Texas HIV surveillance program on people living with and/or diagnosed with HIV in Texas.
Drugs and Alcohol
Disclaimer: External links to other sites are intended to be informational and are not endorsed by the Department of State Health Services. These sites may also not be accessible to persons with disabilities.