EHF has developed updated Texas COVID-19 maps at the county level that show the number of cases, social vulnerability, unemployment rate, Federal Coronavirus Relief Funds allocation, and availability of philanthropic COVID relief funds. These maps are updated weekly and aim to inform discussion on programs, services and funding to address challenges associated with pandemic.
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New numbers show there can be more than a 20-year difference in how long Texans live in one neighborhood compared to another, even though they may only be a few miles apart. That’s just one of the findings from an Episcopal Health Foundation analysis of a new, interactive mapping tool that shows life expectancy rates for neighborhoods across Texas.
EHF releases updated mapping tool that matches FEMA application data with specific low-income, at-risk communities following Hurricane Harvey
The tool matches a map of Hurricane Harvey FEMA application and approval data with a map using the Social Vulnerability Index. Social vulnerability refers to the resilience of communities when confronted by external stresses on human health, stresses such as natural disasters. Click below to use the interactive map.
This interactive map shows zip-code level data on total applications submitted to FEMA for individual assistance, plus approval rates.