The Community Health Status Survey (CHSS) gives an in-depth look at the self-reported health of residents of Interact for Health’s 20-county region. It was first conducted in 1996 and was most recently completed in 2017.
Through comparisons, the Community Health Status Survey shows how Greater Cincinnati stacks up to the rest of the country and how our health is changing over time. The results give organizations and agencies, policymakers and residents the local data they need as they work to improve the overall health of the Greater Cincinnati area.
2017 Community Health Status Survey
- Questions asked
- Demographic reports
- Neighborhood reports
Prior survey data
- 2013; 2013 neighborhood reports; 2013 county reports; 2013 African American report; 2013 Appalachian report; 2013 Latino report; 2013 income report
- 2010; 2010 neighborhood reports; 2010 county report; 2010 demographic reports
- 2005; 2005 African American report; 2005 Appalachian report; 2005 Hispanic/Latino report
Note: Datasets from the 2013, 2010, 2005, 2002 and 1999 surveys are available on the Online Analysis and Statistical Information System (OASIS). To view these and other surveys, select the middle box for “OASIS: Turning Statistics into Information.” After registering, choose the tab for “Studies” to have access to all Interact for Health raw survey data. If you have any questions please contact Susan Sprigg at email@example.com.
Using the survey data
These results are free to download and print, provided they are not used for a commercial purpose, that you do not collect any fees for the reproductions, and that they are faithfully reproduced without addition, alteration or abbreviation.
Suggestions for future surveys
The Community Health Status Survey is conducted every three to five years in partnership with the Institute for Policy Research and covers a variety of topics, including insurance status, concerns about health coverage, health services and others. Suggestions about future surveys should be shared with Susan Sprigg, Research Officer.