• Cumberland County is Maine’s most densely populated county. The historic seaport of Portland, Maine’s largest urban area, is perched on Casco Bay with its many island and coastal communities. The county is also comprised of two other cities, South Portland and Westbrook, and twenty-five towns.

    • Total Area: 1,217 square miles

    • Population (2010 census): 281,401

    • Population Density: 337 people per square mile

    • Public Health District: Cumberland – District 2

Priority Metric for Primary Outcome State Rate

 

County Rate

 

Increase Childhood Immunizations % 19-35 month olds up-to-date (i.e. received all doses) for a series of seven immunizations (Oct 2015) 76% 68%
Decrease Tobacco Use % Adults who smoke daily or some days (2012-2014) 20% 15% 
Decrease Obesity % Adults with obesity (Body Mass Index >30.0) (2012-2014) 29%  23%
Decrease Preventable Hospitalizations Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions per 1,000 Medicare Enrollees 59 (58-60) 46 (44-48)
Decrease Cardiovascular Deaths Age-adjusted rate of cardiovascular deaths, per 100,000 population (2012-2014) 195 163
Decrease Cancer Deaths Age-adjusted rate of cancer deaths, per 100,000 population (2012-2014) 175 169
Decrease Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction Age-adjusted rate of drug overdose deaths per 100,000 population (2009-2014) 12.7 12.7
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    Look up your county's rankings, learn about our methods, and download the data you need. This ranking tool is used as a benchmark for MaineHealth's Health Index.

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    The Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS) is the result of collaboration Maine Center for Disease Control and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services and the Maine Department of Education. Its purpose is to quantify the health of Kindergarten and Grade 3 students through parent interviews, and the health-related behaviors and attitudes of 5th through 12th graders by direct student survey.

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    Maine SEOW Dashboard

    The SEOW Dashboard is a web-based interactive system that monitors trends on substance use, mental health, and gambling in Maine. It is our hope that the SEOW Dashboard will help communities build their capacity to address their needs and prevention priorities through data-driven decision-making and evaluation.

    SEOW has the following primary objectives:

    To identify substance abuse patterns or populations

    To establish substance abuse trends

    To detect emerging substances

    To provide information for policy development and program planning

     

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