(INDIANAPOLIS) – The Indiana Family and Social Services Administration announced Monday the launch of a new statewide, interactive map showing the prevalence of unmet social needs throughout the state, community by community.
The agency partnered with MPH for the design of this visualization titled the Hoosier Health and Well-Being Atlas. The project highlights two years of data volunteered by Hoosiers when they apply for state health coverage programs, food assistance or emergency cash assistance. With the data, communities can identify and prioritize emerging social needs and target services to proactively and strategically address those needs.
For more information on the Hoosier Health and Well-Being Atlas, please read the news release from Indiana FSSA.
Check out the tool: Hoosier Health and Well-Being Atlas