CCIS Regional Technical Assistance Providers

Need more support with the CCIS? Our technical assistance providers are here to help!

The Department of Public Health is partnering with three regional technical assistance (TA) providers to help municipalities, community-based organizations, and other community partners in accessing, analyzing, interpreting, and contextualizing critical health equity data from the COVID Community Impact Survey to inform their vaccine efforts, pandemic response, and recovery planning.  The goal of this effort is to provide data on specific geographies, populations, and topics to help us better understand where to most equitably and impactfully provide pandemic assistance and resources across the Commonwealth.  Our TA providers are currently available to:

  • Share existing findings from the CCIS.
  • Fulfill select customized data requests using the CCIS data, which may include regional/local estimates, population specific health equity analyses, and other analyses not already released on the CCIS website.
  • Help contextualize and interpret the CCIS data at local and regional levels.
  • Support community partners as they use the data to make recommendations and take actions.
  • Provide information and answer questions about the CCIS, including methodology of the survey, the sample of respondents, and data limitations.

For more information, please contact the regional TA provider for your county:

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Western Massachusetts

Berkshire, Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden counties:

Central Massachusetts

Worcester and Middlesex (outside the greater Boston area) counties:

Eastern Massachusetts

Suffolk, Essex, Norfolk, Bristol, Plymouth, Barnstable, Dukes, Nantucket, and Middlesex (within the greater Boston area) counties:

If you have any additional questions about the CCIS, please contact us at: