Health Data: City of Chicago

Healthy Chicago Survey

The Healthy Chicago Survey (HCS) is an annual telephone survey that was launched in 2014 by the Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) to better understand the health of Chicagoans.

Information from the HCS is used to:

  • Identify health concerns for each community in Chicago
  • Understand environmental, neighborhood and social factors associated with health
  • Support the implementation of Healthy Chicago 2.0 and to develop public health interventions and policies to address health inequities

Data & Results

Results from the HCS are shared on the Chicago Health Atlas. Data are provided for Chicago overall and for each of Chicago’s 77 community areas. You’ll also find data stratified by demographics.

To request a customized data analysis, please complete and submit this form:

Healthy Chicago Survey Data Request Form

Requests for a de-identified, public use Healthy Chicago survey data set can be made by emailing a completed Data Request Form to

Cook County Medical Examiner Data:



City of Chicago Health Data

Healthy Chicago Public Schools Survey

Healthy Chicago 2.0


Substance Use Data and Research