AISP Network: Allegheny County Data Warehouse

About the Work

The Allegheny County Data Warehouse brings together and integrates client and service data from a wide variety of sources. It was created by consolidating publicly-funded human services data (e.g., behavioral health, child welfare, intellectual disability, homelessness and aging) and, over time, expanded to include data from other sources. The Data Warehouse was designed primarily to improve services to clients, but also to improve the ability of workers to perform their jobs and to support management decision
making; it is also intended to be available as a community resource, making data and information publicly available whenever possible.

Allegheny County Data Warehouse is hosted by Department of Human Services, Office of Analytics, Technology, and Planning.

Integrating data since: 2000

Jurisdiction: Allegheny County

Scale: county

Contact: Kathryn Collins
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Allegheny County

About the Data

Data Included

Vital Records
Child Welfare
Early Childhood
Economic Security

Current Data Uses

To inform policy
Program evaluation
Outcomes oriented/performance-based contracting
Case management
Inform funding allocation/budget decisions
Community needs assessment
Grant reporting, planning, and development
Predictive analytics/forecasting

Relevant Policy Priorities

Adult justice
Aging population
Child welfare
COVID-19 response
Early childhood education
Early childhood risk factors
Economic mobility/employment
Ending mass incarceration
Healthcare service use
Juvenile justice
K-12 education
Mental health
Racial equity
Social determinants of health
Substance use/opioid use
Two-generation programs
Workforce training

Information and Resources