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**NOTICE** As a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic, updates to AGID data sources will be delayed. Further information will be provided as it becomes available.

AGing, Independence, and Disability (AGID) Program Data Portal

The AGing, Independence, and Disability (AGID) Program Data Portal is an on-line query system based on ACL-related data files and surveys, and includes population characteristics from the Census Bureau for comparison purposes. The four options or paths through AGID provide different levels of focus and aggregation of the data - from individual data elements within Data-at-a-Glance to full database access within Data Files.

Before you begin your query, please review AGID's Resources section with an "About AGID" overview, descriptions of data sources, and frequently asked questions (FAQs). Even experienced AGID users may find the Resources documentation helpful. At any time, you may select from one of the four options below and follow the system prompts. If you need additional assistance, please complete an AGID Support request from the link found at the bottom left of every AGID screen.

What's New


Apr
23
2020

Version 2.58: NEW This release includes the following updates:

2018 Title VI Data

The addition of 2018 Title VI data to the Data-at-a-Glance and Custom Tables sections by Tribal Organizations, with information on clients, units of service, staffing, and grant amounts.

Interagency Health Equity Collaborative Data Compendium

This release features the Interagency Health Equity Collaborative Data Compendium in the Resources section, which includes the Compendium of Federal Datasets Addressing Health Disparities.

Learn more about the Apr 23 release...

Mar
25
2020

NEW United States Census 2020

During this global health crisis, it would have been easy to overlook an important piece of mail that recently arrived in our mailboxes - the 2020 Census. The 2020 Census is a once-in-a-decade chance to inform how billions of dollars in funding are allocated for critical public services such as hospitals and healthcare clinics, schools and education programs, roads and bridges, and emergency response for the next 10 years. The data are also used to allocate funds for our programs for older Americans and Individuals with disabilities, their families and communities which is why we are taking this time to encourage you to respond to the 2020 Census. Your responses to the 2020 Census are safe. Federal law protects your responses. Your answers can only be used to produce statistics and cannot be used against you by any government agency or court. You can respond to the census online, by phone, or by mail. There are guides and assistance in 59 languages, American Sign Language, Braille, and Large Print so everyone has a chance to respond. Please visit https://2020census.gov/ to learn how you can respond to the Census and be counted! For more information please see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXZAe8XYeNQ&feature=youtu.be

Learn more about the Mar 25 release...

Mar
12
2020

Version 2.58: New The Census Bureau's American Community Survey (ACS) Updates: ACS Special Tabulations: 2013-2017

This release includes the five year ACS Special Tabulation on Aging, which is based on the Census Bureau's American Community Survey 2013-2017 data to the Data Files

. Learn more about the Mar 12 release...