Livingston County Health Dashboard
Livingston County, MichiganHealth DepartmentLivingston County Health Dashboard
Livingston County Health Department
2300 E Grand River Ave
Suite 102
Howell, MI 48843
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 5:00pm
Public Health
Phone: 517.546.9850
Fax: 517.546.6995
Environmental Health
Phone: 517.546.9858
Fax: 517.546.9853

Livingston County Health Dashboard

County Health Rankings & Roadmaps

County Health Rankings & Roadmaps (CHR&R) is a program of the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.

The CHR&R program provides data, evidence, guidance, and examples to build awareness of the multiple factors that influence health. The Rankings are unique in their ability to measure the health of nearly every county in all 50 states, and are complemented by guidance, tools, and resources designed to accelerate community learning and action. CHR&R is known for effectively translating and communicating complex data and evidence-informed policy into accessible models, reports, and products that deepen the understanding of what makes communities healthy and inspires and supports improvement efforts.

How healthy is Livingston County, Michigan? Click here to view Livingston County's CHR&R dashboard.


Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) provides insightful data analysis and direct assistance to local governments and other planning organizations regarding up-to-date information on demographics, socio-economics, housing, land use, and transportation related data.

How do people live, work, and travel in Livingsotn County, Michigan?  Click here to view Livingston County's SEMCOG community profile. 

  Michigan Current Livingston County
Prior CurrentProgress

Access to Care

Adults without health insurance (%) 10.5
7.1
6.3
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Chronic Diseases

Adults with diabetes (%) 11
6.9
9.1
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Perception of Health

Adults with poor mental health status 18-64, 65+  (%) 8.5
17.5
7.4
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Weight, Nutrition and Exercise

Obese and overweight adults (%) 67
61.1
63.4
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Obese and overweight children (High school) (%) 33
21.9
25.1
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Obese and overweight children (Middle school) (%) *
19.6
22.1
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Children engaged in moderate to vigorous exercise  (High school)  (%) 45.6
51
51.4
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Children engaged in moderate to vigorous exercise  (Middle school) (%) *
67.6
64.3
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Screening and Prevention

Childhood immunizations (Fully vaccinated toddlers) (%) 75
78.7
79
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Maternal, Child, and Infant Health

Infant Mortality Rate per 1,000 live births - 1 Year 6.8 7.2
4.4
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Infant Mortality Rate per 1,000 live births - 3 Year average  6.7
5.4

3.5
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Risky Behaviors

Adults who smoke (%) 20.2
19.2
16.2
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Students who smoked in last 30 days (High school)  (%) 10.5
7.5
4.5
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Adults who binge drink  (%) 18.8 22.1
19.1
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Students who binge drink (High school)  (%) 13.2
15.3
10.6
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Prescription drug class 2-3 Scripts Rate (per 1,000 pop.) 1,096
1,205
934
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Prescription drug class 2-3 Units Rate (per 1,000 pop.) 67,677
71,551
55,085
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Demographics

Persons in poverty <200% (%) 33.5
17.5
16.8
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Children in poverty <200% (%) 22.1
21.9
21
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High school dropout (%) 8.6
3.1
4.7
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People 25+ with a Bachelor’s degree (%) 17.1
35.6
22.9
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Median household income $52,668
$75,204
$78,430
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*No data available.

Definitions

Binge Drinking  

Percentage of students who had five or more drinks of alcohol in a row, that is, within a couple of hours, during the past 30 days.

Drug Class

SCHEDULE 2 (CLASS 2) DRUGS have a high potential for abuse and dependence, an accepted medical use, and the potential for severe addiction. These drugs include opioids based on high dose codeine, Fentanyl, and Oxycodone as well as Methamphetamine and the Barbiturates; also included are such drugs as opium, morphine. Adderall is even included in this category under "mixed amphetamine salts". 

The main difference between a Schedule, or Class, 1 and 2 is whether or not the drug is deemed to have a valid medical application. 

SCHEDULE 3 (CLASS 3) DRUGS have a lower potential for abuse than drugs in the first two categories, accepted medical use, and mild to moderate possible addiction. These drugs include steroids, Low-dose Codeine, and Hydrocodone-based opioids.