Vital Signs Reports

Vital Signs has been published for more than a decade, offering significant trend data related to the overall well-being of the citizens of central Oklahoma. Revised in 2009, Vital Signs is now published in issue-focused editions, which relate to United Way’s five focus areas: Successful Kids, Strong Families, Independent Living, Healthy Citizens, and Community Preparedness. We hope you will use the data to help create positive change. View the links below for current and previous Vital Signs reports.

2021

Investing in Human Capital

Investing in Human Capital – Spanish

2020

Disrupting Poverty

Disrupting Poverty – Spanish

Aging in Central Oklahoma

2019

Central Oklahoma Priorities: Affordable Housing

2018

Surviving a Disaster: Your Road Map to Successful Recovery

Surviving a Disaster: Your Road Map to Successful Recovery – Spanish

2017

Central Oklahoma Priorities: A Decade in Review

2016

Central Oklahoma Priorities: Criminal Justice Matters

2015

Central Oklahoma Priorities: Mental Health and Substance Abuse

Central Oklahoma Priorities: Mental Health and Substance Abuse – Spanish

Central Oklahoma Priorities: Mental Health and Substance Abuse – Vietnamese

Archives

Vital Signs 2014: Barriers to Independent Living

Vital Signs 2013: Barriers to Success for Healthy Citizens

Vital Signs 2012: Barriers for Children and Youth

Vital Signs 2012: Barriers to Success for Individuals and Families

Vital Signs 2011: Community Preparedness

Vital Signs 2011: Independent Living

Vital Signs 2010: Healthy Citizens

Vital Signs 2010: Special Edition – Human Trafficking

Vital Signs 2010: Strong Families

Vital Signs 2009: Successful Kids

Vital Signs 2007 Report

Vital Signs 2005 Report

Vital Signs 2003 Report

For questions, please contact:

Stephanie Williams

Director of Research & Advocacy

swilliams@unitedwayokc.org
405-236-8441