The Child Well-Being Survey was conducted by Interact for Health in partnership with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, with additional support from United Way of Greater Cincinnati. The survey asked parents and caregivers of children younger than 18 about the health of their child.
It was conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati.
2017 Child Well-Being Survey
- Child care for children 12 and younger in Greater Cincinnati
- Health of parents, guardians in Greater Cincinnati region
- Mental health diagnoses and treatment for region's children
- Healthy environments for children in Greater Cincinnati
- Access to healthy food among youth in our region
- Traumatic experiences among children in Greater Cincinnati
- Dental health among children in Greater Cincinnati region
- Delayed health care among children in Greater Cincinnati
- Health insurance coverage among children in our region
- Access to health care among children in Greater Cincinnati
- Chronic conditions among children in Greater Cincinnati
- Health and healthy behaviors among youth in our region
Prior survey data
- Data from the 2011, 2005 and 2000 surveys can found on Cincinnati Children's web site
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
Interact for Health conducts the Child Well-Being Survey in partnership with Cincinnati Children’s with support from United Way of Greater Cincinnati. Suggestions about future surveys should be shared with Colleen Desmond, Research and Evaluation Officer.