Welcome to HARC’s Community Health Monitor Data Search

Welcome to HARCsearch:

HARC’s online database for Coachella Valley health data

About HARCsearch

HARC, Inc. (Health Assessment and Research for Communities) conducts a survey of the health of the Coachella Valley community in Southern California every three years. HARCsearch is HARC’s free online database that hosts the results of this survey. The database allows you to access this data from 2016, 2013, 2010, and 2007; examine demographic differences; and observe trends over time.

To access this data, all you’ll need to do is create an account. It’s both free and easy to do.

Click here to log in and get started right away.

Or, click here to watch a short video to help you navigate HARCsearch

About HARC’s funding

HARC’s 2016 Coachella Valley Community Health Survey is made possible by funding from Desert Healthcare District, Eisenhower Medical Center, Riverside University Health System – Behavioral Health, First 5 Riverside, California Healthcare Foundation, John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital, California Foundation for Stronger Communities, Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP), Riverside University Health System – Public Health, Riverside County Office on Aging, City of Coachella, City of Desert Hot Springs, Desert Oasis Healthcare, City of La Quinta, Esri, Melissa Morgan Fine Art, and the Wells Fargo Foundation, as well as the generosity of private donors.