Right Start in Detroit
Right Start in Detroit 2011 is now available. Community profiles are now available for download, as well as a host of maps comparing three-year averages of indicators in 2000-2002 and 2006-2008.
To download any of the maps below, click on the image once and a larger version will open in a new browser window. Right click on the larger image, click on “Save Image As”, and save the image to your own computer.
Last year’s report is still available – Right Start in Detroit 2009: Maternal and Infant Well-Being in the City of Detroit, 2000-2007 is an analysis of birth outcomes broken down by United Way Subcommunities. The data reported in this analysis conform to those covered by The Right Start in Michigan, a review of eight indicators of maternal and infant well-being. The report confirmed that a newborn’s life-long prospects of health and success are not only tied to maternal health, but also to the health of the communities in which they live.
Below are 2011 subcommunity profiles for all 39 United Way Subcommunities.