Review DHS Data
The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) is committed to making data-driven decisions to better serve Pennsylvanians. The interactive map below provides a county-by-county look at how many residents are enrolled in departmental programs.
Data By Topic
Providing open data around child welfare helps keep Pennsylvania's children safer. An interactive dashboard around child welfare services is planned for a future release.
County Block Grant Funds
Annually, counties submit County Human Services Plans to DHS for approval. Funds included in this plan are a small but significant portion of the total funds allocated to counties for the delivery of human services. Thirty-eight counties have opted in to receive block grant funding via a pilot program, providing for the county-based human service needs of their residents.
Early Childhood Education
The Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL) has a research page where Pennsylvanians can review needs assessments, program information, and public data. Browse the data dashboards (please note that data maps will take some time to load).
Visit the Office of Developmental Programs' to view data reports, rate schedules, and other announcements.
This workbook from the Office of Long-Term Living provides information about nursing facilities, such as demographics, cost, and how many residents within each facility receive Medical Assistance.
View our interactive
Medicaid data dashboard and see how many Pennsylvanians were able to get covered and get connected to critical health care services.
The HealthChoices website hosts data books and provides historical data about the HealthChoices program in Pennsylvania.
DHS is committed to improving the mental health and substance abuse programs it provides to all Pennsylvanians.
Office of Long Term Living
OLTL's Data Dash is a collection of documents regarding current OLTL enrollment data, market share between CHC-MCO's and other frequently requested information.
Check out the number of licensed personal care homes in the state, information about residents, how many beds are available, and more.
Human Services County Data
In an effort to track outcomes, here are two interactive dashboards that capture county data around mental health and substance abuse programs, and home and community-based service programs for people with intellectual disabilities.