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created Feb 18 2015

updated May 20 2019

Description

This filtered view of the dataset is a list of the county health departments that were granted funds to implement the Healthy Neighborhoods Program (HNP) during each of three funding cycles (2006-2009, 2009-2014, and 2014-2019). The list of county health departments differs across funding cycles. For example, Albany County received funding from 2006-2014, whereas Clinton County has received funding continuously since 2006. It is important to be aware of the funding history for each county when looking at trends in housing demographics and conditions. The "About" tab contains additional details concerning this dataset.

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carbon monoxide, environmental health, fire safety, hazards, healthy homes, homes, housing, indoor air, intervention, mold, lead, pests, program evaluation, smoking, tobacco, community health and chronic disease
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Licensing and Attribution
Data Provided By
New York State Department of Health
Source Link
http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/indoors/healthy_neighborhoods/
Dataset Summary
Time Period
Beginning January 2007
Posting Frequency
Annually
Dataset Owner
Bureau of Community Environmental Health and Food Protection
Coverage
Statewide with Limited Number of Counties
Granularity
Target areas within selected ZIP codes or census tracts
Units
Aggregated Initial Visits; aggregated Revisits
Organization
Office of Public Health
Data Frequency
N/A See notes
Notes
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The dataset includes summary data of dwellings visited by county health departments by county and funding cycle as well as for all counties combined by funding cycle.
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Limitations
The data is collected for the purpose of program evaluation and is subject to a number of important limitations that may impact analysis and interpretation of the data. These limitations are outlined in the overview document. Researchers agree to: 1. Read the NYS Healthy Neighborhoods Program Overview, data dictionaries and other supporting documentation, as appropriate. 2. Use the data for descriptive purposes only. 3. Include a disclaimer that credits any analyses, interpretations, or conclusions reached to the author and not NYSDOH.
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Health, Department of
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