The Community Service Council is committed to providing information about key social and demographic conditions and trends as a tool for identifying and addressing community needs. This is widely viewed as one of CSC’s most important roles: Oklahoma’s trusted source of data foratransformative community planning and action.
The CSC Data Center is a resource for everyone involved in activities supporting the human service system, including planners, policy makers, funders, service providers, grant writers, interested groups, and others seeking increased understanding and opportunities to make positive change.
Our data team provides a variety of original reports each year to establish baselines and marked milestones in Oklahoma’s progress toward improving key indicators of community viability. Additionally, we promote the access to current national research reports and online databases that further enhance the knowledge of data users regarding state and national trends.
This monthly e-newsletter is prepared and distributed by the Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma, a program of the Community Service Council of Greater Tulsa, and supported by the Metropolitan Human Services Commission. Data Blast is intended to inform and educate people in eastern Oklahoma about population, economic, educational, health and social trends in our local communities as well as in our state and nation.
This weekly e-newsletter produced by CSC’s Census Information Center of Eastern Oklahoma highlights data generated from the US Census Bureau and through CSC’s Data and Systems Development Task Forces.
We provide information about key social, health, education, economic and demographic conditions and trends as a tool for identifying and addressing our community’s needs. CSC Data Center >