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Social Indicator Report for Sacramento County 2003 by Zip Code.Demographics, households, employment, income and education, adult services, children’s services, vital statistics, health services, public assistance

Regional View of Social Disparities
This report includes data for Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Yuba, Sutter, Yolo, Solano, and San Joaquin Counties.  The data covers population growth, age groups, racial/ethnic and linguistic diversity, family characteristics, education, regional economy, affordable housing, income, access to employment, industry, jobs, region revenue.  The report also features 44 maps featuring 8 counties  patterns of disparities can be seen visually.

Community Health Status Sacramento County
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County: demographics, birth rates, communicable and vaccine preventable diseases, chronic disease, infant mortality, and mortality.  These statistics are also broken up among different racial/ethnic groups: Caucasian, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, and African American.

Specific Disease Trends in Sacramento County

Asthma Among Adults in Sacramento County, 2001.
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County: asthma prevalence by race/ethnicity and age group; asthma symptom prevalence by race/ethnicity, age group, federal poverty level, and those not taking medications;  education on recognizing an asthma attack; education on asthma and smoking; ER visits; and health insurance and hospitalizations.

2008 Tuberculosis Report for Sacramento County.
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County:
• TB trends, racial disparities, multi-drug resistance, TB among foreign-born residents, outbreaks, and distribution
• “For the past ten years, statewide incidence rates for TB have steadily declined, whereas rates in the County of Sacramento have fluctuated due to sporadic local outbreaks among different race/ethnic groups and homeless persons.”
• TB rates by age group, children, gender, race/ethnicity
• TB outbreaks in Hmong refugees, Mien community, homeless

County of Sacramento Quarterly AIDS Report, March 2008.
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County:
• AIDS cases by gender, mode of exposure, age group, race/ethnicity
• Distribution of accrued AIDS cases by zip code

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in Sacramento County, 1995-2001.
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County:
• Cases per year, disparities in SIDS deaths among different racial/ethnic groups
• Cases by infant age at time of death, gestational age and birthweight, gender of infant, seasonality, breastfeeding status, maternal age, prenatal care, perinatal substance use exposure, and geographic location of SIDS

Fetal Infant Mortality Review Team, 1998-2002 – Sacramento County Program Report April 2004.
http://www.csa.saccounty.net/coswcms/groups/public/@wcm/@pub/@csa/@inter/documents/webcontent/sac_003723.pdf
http://www.sacdhhs.com/CMS/download/pdfs/PUB/PUB_IMReportMar2003.PDF
This report includes the following information for Sacramento County:
• Cases by Type and Race/Ethnicity of Mother
• Cases by Race/Ethnicity and Gender
• Fetal and neonatal death rates
• Gestational age, birth weight, age of mother, cause of death
• Common factors in FIMR cases in Sacramento County
• Fetal deaths by zip code