Oklahoma Rural Health Works produces “County Data and Information” documents for each of the 77 counties in Oklahoma. Each document includes any and all current relevant sources of data and information about the county and the county's health care system. This information includes data in the following areas:
Economic: The Economic section includes detailed data on population estimates and projections, personal income, labor force, employment by industry, transfer payments, household, and sales tax collections for city and county.
Health/Behavioral: The Health and Behavioral section includes information about economic distress indicators, assistance programs, elderly support services, maternal and child health, leading causes of death, and mental health and substance abuse.
Education: The Education statistics include information about all school districts located in the county. Data are presented for enrollment, high school curriculum, drop out and graduation rates, American College Test scores, and juvenile offenses.
Traffic: The Traffic data presents fatalities, crashes by highway class, collision by injury severity, alcohol related, and accidents involving school buses.
Crime: The Crime data is reported by specific law agencies for various types of crime offenses.