Each state must act now to protect its residents.
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
Number of days per year with a maximum temperature above the 95th percentile for the area, 2014–2016
Percent of the population residing within FEMA-designated Special Flood Hazard Areas
Number of days with a drought event (November 1, 2016–October 31, 2019)
Percent of zones with significant wildfire (November 1, 2016–October 31, 2019)
Number of days with a severe storm causing injury or death (November 1, 2016–October 31, 2019)
Likely presence of each of three exemplar vectors, varied timeframes
Percentage of people living in poverty, 2018
Gini coefficient, 2018
Percentage of population under age 5 or over age 64, 2018
Percentage of population that was non-white, 2018
Percentage of population with a disability, 2018
Percentage of population living in mobile homes, 2018
Percentage of population without a motor vehicle, 2018
Percentage of households with member(s) who speak limited English, 2018
Percentage of population age 25 or older without a bachelor’s degree, 2018
Public Health Preparedness
Health surveillance and epidemiological investigation
The development and maintenance of systems and processes that enable detection, identification, and tracking of health threats, including disease outbreaks and adverse events.
Cross-sector community collaboration
The coordination necessary to engage community-based organizations and social networks through collaboration among state agencies and their partners in order to return to routine delivery of services effectively and efficiently.
Social capital and cohesion
The degree of connection and sense of belonging among residents, including social networks among individuals, neighbors, organizations, and governments.
The ability to establish and maintain a unified and coordinated operational structure that appropriately integrates all stakeholders and supports the execution of core capabilities and incident objectives through information sharing, strategy development, and resource management
The ability to develop systems and procedures for communicating timely, accurate, accessible, and appropriate information and alerts to the public using a whole-community approach.
Care provided by emergency medical services, including 911 and dispatch, emergency medical response, field as-sessment and care, and transport to a hospital or between healthcare facilities.
Hospital and physician services
Care for patients who are formally admitted to a hospital or other institution for inpatient treatment.
A continuum of medical and social services, including skilled nursing and rehabilitation, designed to support the needs of people living in residential-care settings with chronic health problems that affect their ability to perform everyday activities.
The provision and facilitation of access to behavioral health services, including medical treatment, substance-abuse treatment, stress management, medication, and social-services networks.
Clinical and nonclinical care that allows a person with special needs to stay in their home, including skilled nursing visits, respiratory-care services, provision of durable medical equipment, hospice, and pharmacist services.
The systematic collection and measurement of environmental specimens (air, water, land/soil, and plants) to analyze the presence of an indicator, exposure, or response (warning and control). This includes monitoring the environment for disease vectors.