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1 Women’s Health in Massachusetts Center for Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation Center for Community Health Massachusetts Department of Public Health March 2007

2 Socio-Demographic Characteristics of Women in MA

3 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Population by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Source: Massachusetts Department of Public Health Modified Age, Race, and Sex 2005 Estimates

4 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Women Ages Under 35 yrs and over 64 yrs, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Source: Massachusetts Department of Public Health Modified Age, Race, and Sex 2005 Estimates

5 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentages of Women with More than a Bachelor's Degree and with More than $50,000 Earnings by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Earnings in the past 12 months (in 2005 inflation-adjusted dollars), for women population 16 years and over * Includes Hispanic and Non-Hispanic Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2005 American Community Survey

6 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Regions Where Women Reside by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Source: Massachusetts Department of Public Health Modified Age, Race, and Sex 2005 Estimates

7 Maternal and Perinatal Indicators

8 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Characteristic (as % of race group births) MA Total (n=76,824) White, Non- Hispanic (n=53,469) Black, Non- Hispanic (n=6,077) Hispanic (n=10,061) Asian, Non- Hispanic (n=5,251) Am. Indian, Non- Hispanic (n=160) Age at First Birth (average in yrs) Not Married

9 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Indicator (as % of race group births) MA Total (n=76,824) White, Non- Hispanic (n=53,469) Black, Non- Hispanic (n=6,077) Hispanic (n=10,061) Asian, Non- Hispanic (n=5,251) Am. Indian, Non- Hispanic (n=160) Adequate Prenatal Care (Kotelchuck index) Cesareans Low Birth weight (<5.5 lb) Breastfeed Multiple Births Smoking Perinatal Indicators by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Source: Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

10 Morbidity

11 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Heart Disease Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

12 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Heart Disease Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

13 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Alcohol/Substance Abuse Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

14 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Alcohol/Substance Abuse Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

15 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Diabetes Mellitus Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

16 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Diabetes Mellitus Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

17 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Asthma* Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population * Based on principal diagnosis Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

18 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Asthma* Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population * Based on principal diagnosis

19 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Asthma Related* Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population * Based on any mentioned diagnosis

20 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Asthma Related* Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population * Based on any mentioned diagnosis

21 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Injuries and Poisonings Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

22 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Injuries and Poisonings Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

23 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Hip Fractures Hospitalization Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

24 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Hip Fractures Emergency Visit Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2002 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Hospital Discharge Dataset System, Massachusetts Division of Health Care Finance and Policy

25 Mortality

26 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Leading Causes* of Death by Gender Massachusetts 2005 MA Total (N=53,776) heart disease cancer stroke chronic lower resp influenza and pneumonia unintentional injury Alzheimer's nephritis diabetes septicema Men (N=25,079) cancer heart disease unintentional injury chronic lower resp stroke influenza and pneumonia nephritis diabetes septicema Alzheimer's Women (N=28,695) heart disease cancer stroke chronic lower resp Alzheimer's influenza and pneumonia nephritis unintentional injury diabetes septicema Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation * Based on total number of deaths

27 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Leading Causes* of Death among Women by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Black NH (N=1,112) cancer heart disease stroke nephritis diabetes chronic lower resp. septicema Alzheimer's uninten. injury hypertension White NH (N=26,790) heart disease Cancer stroke chronic lower resp. Alzheimer's influenza and pneum. nephritis uninten. injury diabetes septicema Hispanic (N=511) cancer heart disease diabetes stroke uninten. injury perinatal cond chronic lower resp. nephritis septicema Alzheimer's Asian NH (N=243) cancer heart disease stroke uninten. injury Alzheimer's suicide nephritis chronic lower resp. diabetes congenital malform Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation * Based on total number of deaths

28 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Leading Causes of Death among Women Death Rates by Gender, Massachusetts, 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

29 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Heart Disease Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

30 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Diabetes Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

31 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Unintentional Injury (Accidents) Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

32 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Leading Causes* of Cancer Death Among Women by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Black NH LUNG FEMALE BREAST COLORECTAL PANCREAS MULTIPLE MYELOMA AND NEOPLASMS UTERUS STOMACH ESOPHAGUS OVARY LEUKEMIA Hispanic FEMALE BREAST LUNG COLORECTAL LEUKEMIA PANCREAS OVARY NON-HODGKIN"S LYMPHOMA STOMACH UTERUS BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM Asian NH PANCREAS LUNG COLORECTAL NON-HODGKIN"S LYMPHOMA FEMALE BREAST STOMACH LEUKEMIA UTERUS CERVIX UTERI KIDNEY AND URINARY ORGANS White NH LUNG FEMALE BREAST COLORECTAL PANCREAS OVARY NON-HODGKIN"S LYMPHOMA LEUKEMIA UTERUS BLADDER BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation * Based on total number of deaths

33 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Lung Cancer Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

34 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Female Breast Cancer Mortality by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

35 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Colorectal Cancer Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

36 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Pancreatic Cancer Mortality by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

37 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Ovarian Cancer Mortality by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity Massachusetts 2005 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Preliminary 2005 MA Death file, Registry of Vital Records, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

38 Cancer Incidence

39 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Lung Cancer Incidence Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2003 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Cancer Registry, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

40 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Female Breast Cancer Incidence Rates by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2003 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Cancer Registry, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

41 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Colorectal Cancer Incidence Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2003 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Cancer Registry, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

42 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Pancreatic Cancer Incidence Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2003 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Cancer Registry, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

43 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Ovarian Cancer Incidence Rates by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2003 Note: Rates are age-adjusted to the 2000 US standard population Source: Cancer Registry, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

44 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

45 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Reported Having Health Insurance by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

46 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Reported Not Seeing the Doctor Due to Cost by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

47 Self-Reported Health Status

48 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Self-Reported Health Status by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Limited by Physical or Mental Health Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

49 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Reported Having Fair or Poor Health by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

50 Self-Reported Disease Prevalence

51 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults, Reported Having Disability, Heart Disease* and Arthritis by Gender, 2005 *ages 35+ Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

52 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults, ages 35+, who Reported Having a Stroke by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

53 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Reported Having Asthma by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

54 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Report Diabetes by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

55 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who are Obese by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

56 Self-Reported Risk Factor Prevalence

57 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who are Current Smokers* by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation *Someone who has smoked at least 100 cigarettes in their lifetime and currently smokes regularly or not

58 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who are Heavy Drinkers by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

59 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who are Regularly Physically Active* by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 *30 minute sessions, 5 or more times per week Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

60 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Massachusetts Adults who Consume 5+ Fruits and Vegetables per day by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

61 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Women Ages 40+ Who Had a Mammogram in the Past Two Years, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

62 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Trend in the Percentage of Women Ages 40+ who had a Mammogram in the Past 2 Years, Massachusetts vs. US, Massachusetts US Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

63 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Trend in the Percentage of Women Ages 40+ who had a Mammogram in the Past 2 Years, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

64 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Women Who Reported Sufficient Calcium Intake, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

65 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Women, Age 18-44, who Reported Birth Control Use, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

66 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Percentage of Women, Age 18-44, Who had an Unplanned Pregnancy in the Past 5 years, by Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2000 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

67 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Reported Experiencing Lifetime Sexual Violence by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation

68 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Reported Experiencing Lifetime Intimate Partner Violence by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2005 Note: Crude percentages are presented Source: Massachusetts Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Health Survey Program, Center For Health Information, Statistics, Research, and Evaluation. Note: The Department of Social Services is the EOHHS Agency that provides the bulk of services for individuals experiencing Intimate Partner Violence

69 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health High School Students Reporting Dating violence or Unwanted Sexual Contact by Gender, 2003 Source: Massachusetts Youth Risk Behavior Survey Results, Massachusetts Department of Education.

70 Services Provided

71 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Substance Abuse Services by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type GenderRace/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- HispanicHispanic Other, Non- Hispanic Detox 10,969 (28%) 28,609 (72%) 8,608 (78%) 940 (9%) 1,021 (9%) 400 (4%) Narcotic Treatment 2,367 (42%) 3,300 (58%) 2,004 (85%) 77 (3%) 208 (9%) 78 (3%) Outpatient 6,735 (34%) 13,045 (66%) 5,105 (76%) 709 (11%) 612 (9%) 309 (5%) Residential 3,735 (32%) 7,796 (68%) 2,890 (77%) 374 (10%) 323 (9%) 148 (4%) Source: Bureau of Substance Abuse Services

72 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Nutrition Program Active Participants by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type GenderRace/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- HispanicHispanicAsian WIC Mothers 31,000 (100%) NA40%18%32%6% WIC Infants & Children 47,688 (49%) 48,628 (51%) 41%17%33%6% Source: Nutrition Division, Center for Family and Community Health

73 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Screenings from Women’s Health Network Services by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type Gender% Race/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- HispanicHispanicAsian Breast 12,427 (100%) 12 79%11%7%3% Cervical 7,221 (100%) NA 84%9%4%3% Cardiovascular Disease 2,038 (100%) NA 83%6%5%6% Source: Women’s Health Network Program, Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Center for Family and Community Health

74 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Family Planning Program Data by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type GenderRace/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- HispanicHispanicAsian Family Planning services 96,630 (92%) 8,208 (8%) 51,429 (53%) 13,299 (14%) 18,502 (19%) 6,123 (6%) Source: Family Planning Program, Division of Primary Care and Health Access, Center for Family and Community Health

75 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health Sexual Assault Prevention and Survivor Services by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type GenderRace/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- Hispanic Hispanic Asian, Non- Hispanic Sexual Assault Survivors reporting an incident 1 to a DPH-funded Rape Crisis Center 988 (95%) 50 (5%) 658 (67%) 82 (8%) 161 (16%) 24 (2%) Individual Counseling and / or Advocacy Services 2 to Sexual Assault Survivors 1,356 (95%) 61 (4%) 929 (67%) 144 (11%) 179 (13%) 31 (2%) Source: 1. Sexual Assault Surveillance System. Data are only presented for reports where the survivor herself made the report and when race/ethnicity was not missing. 2. Sexual Assault Prevention & Survivor Services, Service Delivery Reports, Division of Violence and Injury Prevention. Data are only presented for new clients when the survivor is the client and when race/ethnicity was not missing or unknown. Division of Violence and Injury Prevention, Center for Family and Community Health.

76 Prepared by the Division of Research and Epidemiology, CHISRE, and the Center for Community Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS Prevention, Education, and Counseling by Gender and Race/Hispanic Ethnicity, 2006 Service Type GenderRace/Hispanic Ethnicity for Women WomenMen White, Non- Hispanic Black, Non- HispanicHispanic Asian, Non- Hispanic People Living with HIV/AIDS 1 (as of 12/31/2005) 4,598 (29%) 11,368 (71%) 1,352 (30%) 1,838 (40%) 1,310 (29%) 47 (1%) HIV Prevention and Education 2 (encounters) 79,804 (33%) 165,472 (67%) NA Needle Exchange 3 (encounters) 6,003 (26%) 17,354 (74%) 3,771 (63%) 176 (3%) 356 (6%) 24 (<1%) HIV Counseling and Testing 4 (encounters) 15,724 (35%) 29,527 (65%) 6,291 (40%) 2,803 (18%) 4,121 (26%) 426 (3%) Sources: 1MDPH HIV/AIDS Surveillance Program, People Living with HIV/AIDS as of December 31, 2005 (midpoint of FY), data as of 7/1/2006 2MDPH HIV/AIDS Prevention and Education Data, July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2006, data as of 3/6/07 3MDPH HIV/AIDS Needle Exchange Data, July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2006, data as of 3/6/07 4MDPH HIV Counseling and Testing Site Data, July 1, 2005 – June 30, 2006, data as of 3/6/07


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