New information is continually being added to United Way’s Community Issues Management (CIM) database. You might have missed last month’s additions, several of which focused on health-related issues.
The new information includes national datasets on rates of obesity and diabetes listed by county, rates of physically inactive adults listed by county, and locations of “food deserts” (neighborhoods lacking grocery stores providing healthy food choices) as shown by census tracts, defined by the USDA.
As CIM continues to grow, it is becoming a stronger provider of data to help influence funding decisions, so your support is used to make the Mid-South an even better place to work and live.
Visit CIM online today!