ThriveNYC Mental Health Data Dashboard

  • Dashboard
  • New York City
  • Mayor's Office of ThriveNYC
Thrive dashboard showing discrepancies in health care access by insurance coverage and race.

This dashboard is a critical tool to help residents of New York City understand the scope of mental health in the city and see the discrepancies in mental health needs and access to care. This dashboard also shows how the City is working to address access challenges and inequitably distribution.

The goal of the data dashboard is to help New Yorkers visualize the scope of the problem, and understand where and how ThriveNYC implements new, innovative mental health programs.

The data comes from 30-plus datasets and geocoded maps (data available on NYC Open Data). The maps include which communities have been hit the hardest by COVID-19, as the virus and associated economic stressors have been so detrimental to resident mental health. In addition, the maps highlight 16 federally designated mental health shortage areas in the city. The dashboard also shows the new Thrive service locations in neighborhoods across the city.


NYC Open Data Portal

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