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The Missoula City-County Health Department (MCCHD) takes a data-driven approach to decision-making. Our current MCCHD data reports include the Strategic Plan,Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), the Community Health Assessment (CHA) and internal use of performance measures. MCCHD also uses data mapping as a tool for visualizing and communicating data. The maps can be used for policy work, grant applications and strategic efforts to identify ways to support our effort to create healthy places for Missoula residents to live, work and play.


The Missoula community health map was inspired by the Missoula Invest Health planning grant, awarded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Reinvestment Fund. The map provides information on the relationship between obesity, mental health and the physical environment with an emphasis on low-wealth neighborhoods.

This Community Health Map Guide includes tips and tricks on how to best use the community health map.

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The majority of data in these maps are available from the state level to the census tract level and all come from reliable sources such as the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey (BRFSS), U.S. Census American Community Survey (ACS), Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), U.S. Department of Labor, and CDC National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS).

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Age; Race; Disability; Population by Veteran status;Religion; Poverty by person with disability


All Jobs

Incomes & Spending

State minimum wage; People in poverty; Families in Poverty; American Indians & Alaskan Native (AI/AN) in poverty


Cost-burden households; Homeowners ages 65 & over

Health: Mortality



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Quality of Life

Aggravated assault; Rape; Robbery; Burglary; Motor vehicle thefts; Commute: Public transit; Home heating fuel types – Coal; Water quality violations from reporting state agencies

Health: Service Locations

Hospitals; Mental health treatment facilities; Nursing facilities

Health: Federal Program

WIC redemptions


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Health: Access

Access to dentists; Access to mental health services; Access to substance abuse services; Healthcare insured by race (AI/AN, White); Healthcare uninsured by race (AI/AN, White)

Health: Status

Asthma prevalence; Depression; Cancer incidence; Seasonal flu activity; Persons living with diagnosed HIV; Chlamydia; Gonorrhea

Health: Risk Factors

Low income children that are obese; Adult obesity; Binge drinking; Physical inactivity; Current smoking; Fruits & vegetables per day (5 or more

The data in these maps are organized by categories. Data is located on the maps either as areas or points.