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).
Montana Data Sources
|Montana Census and Economic Information Center||The Census and Economic Information Center provides economic and demographic analysis, maps, data, and expert assistance to meet the needs and requests of Montanans. Topics include income, poverty, employment, and demographics.||Sub-County Demographic|
|Montana Health Data and Statistical Reports||This site provides access to the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, vital statistics, cancer registry, chronic diseases, communicable diseases, hospital discharges, Medicaid enrollments, motor vehicle crashes, crime statistics, and demographic information.||Demographic|
|Montana Health Data and Statistical Reports||The Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) survey collects data on chronic diseases and related health behaviors. This page includes results from the BRFSS survey in the form of annual reports.||Demographic|
|Montana Hospital Discharge Data System||This site includes surveillance reports for emergency department encouters in Montana.|
|Montana Office of Public Instruction - Reports and Data||Using the interactive map at provided by GEMS, you can search for educational information by school or school district. Information available includes enrollment, test scores, and financial information (reported by district only). More data regarding student achievement can also be found at the Student Achievement page.||Sub-County Demographic|
|Montana Public Health Information System||The Montana Public Health Information System is a web-based query system that includes data on births, deaths, hospital discharges, and population counts.|
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.