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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management

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COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT

Food insecurity describes a household’s inability to provide enough food for every person to live an active, healthy life. Food insecurity is one way we can measure and assess the risk of hunger. In the United States currently, 1 in 8 people struggle with hunger and 1 in 6 children struggle with hunger. Feeding America, Map the Meal Gap estimated 13.9 percent of Florida’s population and 20.7 percent of Florida’s children experienced food insecurity during 2016.

Find data for your county regarding food insecurity and food insecurity among children in CHARTS’ Health Equity Profile.


Addressing food insecurity and more in Holly Hill

DOH-Volusia’s Health Equity and Community Engagement Team is working with community partners at Derbyshire Place in Holly Hill. Collectively the partners are addressing food insecurity, nutrition education, economic development and social isolation of residents age 0 to more than 100. The group discussed a proposal to develop 42 garden beds, seating areas, edible shade trees and more. Derbyshire Place is a faith-based community center that provides a safe, caring environment where children and families can gather and foster growth in the areas of education, recreation, and spiritual development.

DOH-Volusia’s Jill Taufer, human services program specialist, and Akisia Hicks-German, health educator, are working with community partners at Derbyshire Place in Holly Hill to address food insecurity and more.


This webinar provides an overview of how to view and interpret data from CHARTS. Profile reports, 4-panel viewers, the community map and social & economic factors report, query systems, and atlases are all demonstrated. There is discussion about data utilization, including how to use years of potential life lost and the difference between age-adjusted and crude rates.

A recording of the webinar is available now. If you have questions, use the Ask a Question feature to contact the CHARTS team.


What's New

  • Life expectancy in the Population Atlas has been revised and confidence intervals are now provided for these estimates.
  • Health Equity Profile now includes additional data such as: income inequality, food insecurity, severe housing problems and much more!

Quick Facts

Estimated Births

*Since Jan 01,

191521.282608696

Did You Know?

  • Social and economic indicators from the census are available in the Social & Economic Factors report.
  • A link in the Social & Economic Factors report takes you directly to your county of choice in the Community Map.
  • The Community Map has a feature that tests for statistically significant changes in a census tract or zip code between two 5-year time periods.
  • The MOV in CHARTS is the probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events.
  • Provisional data for the current year are available in the Data Query section of CHARTS.
  • Provisional data in query systems are updated weekly and include all data entered for the current year.

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