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One City. One Family.
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comprehensive source for information and resources
for Chicago families.
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Resources for a Healthier Chicago
The Chicago Department of Public Health (CDPH) partners with federal and local agencies to provide free and low-cost services for families like yours. It’s all part of our commitment to provide quality healthcare access for every resident—no matter where you live.
Oral Health Program
Tooth decay affects lower-income and minority children at higher rates. we work with local oral-health providers to provide screenings and dental exams to Chicago-area students.
Health Data and Reporting
This website is regularly updated to include current data and reporting on key public health indicators. For an interactive atlas of Chicago-area health statistics, visit ChicagoHealthAtlas.org
The State of Health for Blacks in Chicago (2021)
This first-of-its-kind report presents a unique perspective on how to define, measure, analyze and discuss health and health equity for Black Chicagoans. Download this report to see data on the health conditions in Chicago that drive the racial life expectancy gap.
Voices of Child Health in Chicago
The Voices of Child Health in Chicago is a program at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago that focuses on surveying Chicagoans to better understand the issues that impact child health in our city. By asking Chicagoans directly about child health, they gain important perspectives and insights that sometimes can be overlooked in health research and policies.