The COVID-19 Community Impact Survey (CCIS) was conducted to better understand the layered impacts of the pandemic.
- This page, COVID-19 Community Impact Survey, is offered by
- Department of Public Health
Resource COVID-19 Community Impact Survey
|Organization:||Department of Public Health|
|Date published:||February 17, 2021|
|Last updated:||February 23, 2023|
The COVID-19 Community Impact Survey (CCIS) was conducted to better understand the most pressing health needs facing the Commonwealth due to the pandemic, including the social and economic consequences. We hope that a deeper understanding of how and why different populations have been impacted by the pandemic will help inform and prioritize resource deployment and policy actions for both the state and our partners.
For more information about the CCIS, please visit About the CCIS.
News and updates
- View newly released findings highlighted at the August 2022 Public Health Council Meeting: CCIS Spotlight: Older Adults (PDF) | (DOCX)
- Upcoming Public Health Council Presentations:
Data resources and support
Resources to begin exploring the CCIS data:
- CCIS Data Dashboard
- Download CCIS Data Tables | Webinar: Available data tables and how to access them
- Download CCIS 2020 Questionnaires:
- Regional Technical Assistance (TA) Providers
- Do you need more support in understanding how the pandemic is impacting specific populations and localities across the Commonwealth? Do you want help identifying how to act on these data and get help to those who need it most? Our TA Providers are here to help.
CCIS Topic and Population Spotlights
Each CCIS spotlight features a set of slides available for download along with a pre-recorded webinar that highlights key findings. Please watch the CCIS Introduction webinar and view the slides to understand how the CCIS was conducted and how to interpret and act upon the results.
To learn more about how people have used CCIS data to address critical pandemic needs, please watch the CCIS: Reflecting on Impact & Looking Ahead webinar and view the accompanying slides: