Healthy Places Index 3.0 Now Available

This week, the Public Health Alliance of Southern California (Alliance) launched the Healthy Places Index (HPI) 3.0, representing a new, more robust tool designed to advance health equity and racial justice at the neighborhood and community levels.

HPI 3.0 features updated data and new tools to support the ability to compare data across geographies and time periods, examine the link between race and place, find communities that meet certain conditions, access over 375 decision-support layers, review policy recommendations tailored to the needs of the community, display historic redlining data, and filter by race, ethnicity, and country of origin.

HPI 3.0 can be accessed here. A launch webinar was held this week; presentation slides are available here and a recording is available here.