Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) Research
Social factors such as limited access to nutrition, housing, healthcare, social services, quality water, adequate income, education, mental health services, overall neighborhood conditions, and other factors influence 60-70% of the health and well-being of an individual and their surrounding community.
Voices in Health Equity
Any solutions must address SDOH
Major findings include PSA 1-A death rate for ages 50 to 59 is 122% higher in comparison to those aged 50-59 in the rest of the State of Michigan and is 48% higher for ages 60-74.
Therefore the Dying Before Their Time (DBTT) study is a call to action for our region.The Detroit Area Agency on Aging and Wayne State University School of Medicine are pleased to present the DBTT III report. This study details the health challenges of older adults in PSA 1-A (Detroit) from 1999-2017. It also presents initial recommendations toward reversing historic social, economic, and health public policies and therefore centuries of racialized poverty. Unless there is a sustained effort to make meaningful policy changes and address SDOH, we will continue to see the mortality trend line of this study persist over many decades to come. Our hope is that this study is a step toward changing this trajectory.
FY 2023-2025 MYP_Final(1)
2020 Community Needs Assessment
A joint collaboration between DAAA and the Wayne State School of Social Work.
PassPort To Health (PTH) RePorts
PTH Business Plan Summary Report
2022 SAC Report – Aging in Place Aging in Community – Executive Summary 2022 SAC Report – Aging in Place Aging in Community 9.21.22
2022 SAC Report – Aging in Place Aging in Community 9.21.22
2022 SAC Report – Aging in Place Aging in Community – Executive Summary