AISP Network: Baltimore Youth Data Hub

About the Work

The Baltimore Youth Data Hub is a collaborative cross-sector effort which aims to help agencies and policymakers make informed decisions on the complex needs facing youth and families across the city.

Through the AISP Learning Community training and technical assistance program, Baltimore has been working to:

  • Build data infrastructure that facilitates data sharing, integration and analysis
  • Frontload the legal and data security decisions so they aren’t revisited with each use case
  • Break down data silos allowing stakeholders to make data-informed decisions
  • Serve as a community resource by making information about service provision, utilization and outcomes publicly available whenever possible.

Baltimore Youth Data Hub is hosted by Baltimore's Promise.

Integrating data since: 2017

Jurisdiction: Baltimore

Scale: city

Contact: Bridget Blount, Chief Impact Officer
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About the Data

Data Included

This site has not reported data holdings at this time.

Current Data Uses

Research
To inform policy
Program evaluation
Community needs assessment
Grant reporting, planning, and development

Relevant Policy Priorities

Child Development and Early Learning
Economic Mobility/Employment
Homelessness
K-12 Education
Mental Health
Social Determinants of Health
Two-generation programs
Workforce training
COIVD-19 Response
Racial Equity

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