Community Information Now

turning data into information Texas communities can use to improve our common well-being

Category: What others are saying

SA2020 and CI:Now on TPR’s The Source

CI:Now’s Laura McKieran joined Molly Cox, Director of SA2020, to talk about SA2020’s new Impact Report on The Source on Texas Public RadioListen to the audio or see some live-tweeted highlights.

News coverage of the SA2020 Impact Report 2016

See news coverage  of SA2020’s 2016 Impact Report. CI:Now is the data partner to SA2020, compiling and analyzing the quantitative data for SA2020’s community indicators.

News coverage of 2016 Bexar County Community Health Needs Assessment

Check out news coverage of the 2016 Bexar County Community Health Needs Assessment. CI:Now was the data partner to The Health Collaborative, compiling and analyzing the quantitative data and developing the narrative report and findings.

CI:Now mentioned in SVP San Antonio blog

CI:Now is mentioned as a local data resource in Billy Cox’ Quick survey of San Antonio Philanthropy (and more) blog post for Social Venture Partners SA.

Case study on CI:Now and EastPoint initiatives

Supporting Place-Based Initiatives: Revitalizing San Antonio’s EastPoint is a brief case study of CI:Now’s data support work for EastPoint place-based initiatives like the Eastside Promise Neighborhood and Wheatley Choice Neighborhood.

CI:Now featured in Striving Together blog

CI:Now is featured in Identify your trusted data hubs, a StriveTogether blog guest post by Leah Hendey of the Urban Institute, part of a series on seven principles of effective data-sharing .

CI:Now featured in Casey Family Programs ‘Geography Matters’

CI:Now’s map of Bexar County’s child abuse and neglect rate by zip code was featured in a Casey Family Programs piece titled Geography Matters: Consider family and child well-being in the context of community.