If you’re committed to improving health outcomes for children and families, data build the foundation for smarter, impactful decision making. But since data are not always easily accessible and/or available, where should you begin? Our Executive Director Michelle Riordan-Nold will provide insight into this question during the Family Access Collaborative meeting at the East Hampton Public Library on June 24th at 2:00 pm.
Ms. Riordan-Nold will guide attendees through the Eastern Connecticut Regional Data Story and explore contributing factors to the well-being of children and families in Eastern Connecticut and Greater Middlesex County towns. She’ll share compelling statistics surrounding demographics, school data, health indicators, behavioral health, and housing. Participants will also learn where they can access the data online.
CTData thanks our partners at the Family Access Collaborative, who are working to address the behavioral health challenges of children and families assisted by child-serving systems in Portland, East Hampton, and East Haddam. We appreciate their support for data-informed decision making and encourage all who advocate to make Connecticut a healthier place for all to attend. For questions, please contact Allyson Nadeau at email@example.com.