Inland Northwest Insights provides local data on health and wellness indicators for communities throughout this region.

  • The mapping tool includes access to over 20,000 variables from 100 different data sources related to the social, economic, educational and health status of area residents.
  • Customized community assessment reports offer a detailed look at regional rankings, trends, maps and population-level differences that illustrate how social and economic determinants are associated with health outcomes.

These tools can aid in needs assessment, priority setting, proposal development, and presentations for community groups, hospitals, non-profit organizations, public agencies and others working to improve the quality of life in Inland Northwest communities.

To learn more about the INW Insights data hub, view the training webinar.

This initiative is a collaborative effort between regional grantmaking foundations, community health experts and social service providers that serve a 10-county region in Southeast Washington, Northeast Oregon, and North Central Idaho. Inland Northwest Insights is funded through a partnership between Lewis-Clark Valley Healthcare Foundation and Innovia Foundation, with additional financial support from Idaho Community Foundation and Premera Social Impact. Project contributors and sponsors can be viewed on our partners page.

The Inland NW Insights data hub tools are developed, maintained and updated by the
Center for Applied Research and Engagement Systems (CARES).