Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey 2010

Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey 2010

Interact for Health has findings from our 2010 Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey (GCCHSS). To download the overview of the survey, click here, for the complete set of survey data tables, click here. For the questionnaire, click here

For more information about the GCCHSS or if you have questions, please contact Susan Sprigg at 513-458-6609 or ssprigg@interactforhealth.org.

 

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Data we have released include:

  • Health of African Americans in Greater Cincinnati
    Download the report here. The data is available as part of the complete GCCHSS dataset here.
  • Health of Butler County, Ohio.
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Health of Appalachians in Greater Cincinnati
    Download the report here. The data is available as part of the complete GCCHSS dataset here.
  • Avondale: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Covington: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Price Hill: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Adults in Greater Cincinnati who Have a Medical Home
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Adults in Greater Cincinnati who Smoke
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Alcohol Consumption in Greater Cincinnati
    Download the report here or the data tables here .
  • Chronic Conditions of Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Eye Health among Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Fruit, Vegetable, and Fast Food Consumption
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Greater Cincinnatians Going without Care because of Cost
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • How Greater Cincinnatians Feel About Their Communities
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Insurance Status of Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Misuse of Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drugs
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Number of Unhealthy Days for Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Obesity in Greater Cincinnati
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Oral Health of Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.
  • Physical Activity Among Greater Cincinnati Adults
    Download the report here or the data tables here.

Butler County Results

  • Alcohol Consumption by Butler County Adults
    Download the report here.
  • Health of Butler County, Ohio
    Download the report here and the data tables here.  

Neighborhood Oversamples

  • Avondale: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Covington: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.
  • Price Hill: The Health of Our Community
    Download the report here and the data tables here.

 

← Back to main Community Health Status Survey page.

 

Datasets from the 2010 survey and previous surveys are available on the Online Analysis and Statistical Information System (OASIS). This is an innovative web-based program that puts powerful analysis tools in the hands of the general public. To view the Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey once you have registered, select "The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati" in the "Collection of Studies" category. Then choose "Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey" for the appropriate year. 

 

GCCHSS Suggestions

The Greater Cincinnati Community Health Status Survey is conducted every 3-5 years in partnership with the Institute for Policy Research and will cover a variety of topics, including insurance status, concerns about healthcare coverage, healthcare services, and others. We welcome your suggestions on topics for future surveys.

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