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About the Neighborhood Atlas®
Living in a disadvantaged neighborhood has been linked to a number of healthcare outcomes, including higher rates of diabetes and cardiovascular disease, increased utilization of health services, and earlier death1-5. Health interventions and policies that don’t account for neighborhood disadvantage may be ineffective1. The Neighborhood Atlas website was created in order to freely share measures of neighborhood disadvantage with the public, including educational institutions, health systems, not-for-profit organizations, and government agencies, in order to make these metrics available for use in research, program planning, and policy development. The site was launched May 1, 2018.
The 2015 and 2019 ADI are available through the Download section