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 2019, 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.

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About HARC’s Funding

HARC’s Coachella Valley Community Health Survey has been funded by many generous donors over the years. Desert Healthcare District/Foundation has been the primary funder of the survey since the survey’s inception in 2007; they continue to fund about half of the costs of the survey each cycle. This data would not be available without their support.


The other funders of the most recent survey (2019) who gave to the survey between June 2018 and January 2020 include:


Gold Funders: $50,000 and up

  • Eisenhower Health
  • First 5 Riverside
  • Riverside University Health System - Behavioral Health


Silver Funders: $10,000 to $49,999

  • Desert Care Network: Desert Regional Medical Center & JFK Memorial Hospital
  • University of California, Riverside - Center for Health Disparities Research (NIMHD U54 MD013368)
  • Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP)
  • Kaiser Foundation Hospitals
  • Riverside County Office on Aging
  • Riverside University Health System - Public Health
  • Auen Foundation
  • California Health Care Foundation - Oakland, CA
  • City of Coachella 
  • City of Palm Desert


Bronze Funders: $5,000 to $9,999

  • Desert Oasis Healthcare
  • City of Cathedral City
  • City of Desert Hot Springs
  • City of Indio
  • City of La Quinta
  • City of Palm Springs
  • County of Riverside District 4
  • Desert AIDS Project
  • Steve Tobin & Grace Helen Spearman Charitable Foundation


The survey was also funded by contributions of generous private donors and HARC Board Members. If you find this data to be useful, please consider making a donation at https://HARCdata.org/donate/

What our users Are Saying
Angelina Coe
Angelina Coe
Executive Director
Studied: Shelter From The Storm
Thank you once again to HARC and all your staff for providing the data to let grantors know there is a need in the Coachella Valley and Shelter From The Storm can help fill that need. Together we are changing lives for the better in the Coachella Valley, one family at a time!