These data sources provide information for communities looking for more local data. These sources provide either unique, local data; more information on demographic breakdowns (e.g., age, sex, race/ethnicity); or data for sub-county geographic units (e.g., cities, zipcodes or school districts).
Alaska Data Sources
|Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development - Community Database||A variety of information is provided on each community in Alaska including: demographics, physical environment, income, and clinical care.||Sub-County|
|Alaska Department of Education & Early Development - Statistics & Reports||Education report cards, graduation rates and enrollment for schools and districts||Sub-County|
|Alaska Department of Public Safety - Uniform Crime Reports||These documents are a resource for measuring the trend and distribution of crime in Alaska.||Sub-County|
|Alaska Division of Public Health - BRFSS Health Profiles||This page is used to select InstantAtlas Maps in Adobe Flash to display BRFSS, Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), and infectious diseases variables by one of four geographic systems (Public Health Regions, Metropolitan/Micropolitan Statistical Areas, Boroughs/Census Areas, Tribal Health Regions) for Alaska.||Sub-County|
|Alaska Division of Public Health - Cancer Incidence Rates for Alaska||The following are links to PDF files of cancer data for theyears 1996 to 2015.||Demographic|
|Alaska Division of Public Health - Data and Statistics||Summary tables include data on: mortality, births, marriage and divorce, abortion, and health profiles that include vital statistics at the Borough/Census Area level.||Demographic|
|Alaska Health Facilities Data Reporting Program||The Alaska Health Facilities Data Reporting Program collects inpatient and outpatient discharge data from Alaska health care facilities. Health facilities discharge data show utilization of health services and provide evidence of the conditions for which people receive treatment.|
These resources include public health agencies (including local public health offices, state agencies, and public health institutes) and other partners in improving community health including United Ways, counties associations, hospital associations, and extension offices.