The access to exercise opportunities rate of Cumberland County, TN was 65.90% in 2015.

Health Behaviors

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation produces health rankings for states and counties. They explore many aspects of health including quality of life, health behaviors, access to clinical care, socioeconomic factors, and environmental factors.

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Health and Health Behaviors Datasets Involving Cumberland County, TN

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    Davidson County Cemetery Survey | Last Updated 2017-09-08T13:20:01.000Z

    A volunteer-conducted survey of family & community cemeteries in Davidson County, TN. Data set includes site photos of cemeteries, and individual photos of identifiable graves.

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    Eco Devo Stats | Last Updated 2018-08-17T18:53:59.000Z

    A variety of economic indicators, financial indicators and measurements for the overall health of the economy in Franklin.

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    Animal Welfare PIP Budget | Last Updated 2018-01-31T22:14:16.000Z

    This data presents the Animal Welfare PIP Budget for FY18. This project has a three-pronged approach to meeting the goal of giving all of Nashville’s healthy, treatable animals a safe place to live by: 1) Expanding spay and neuter programs; 2) Implementing Advisory Committee Recommendations, and 3) Establishing Nashville’s SAFE Placement Coalition (Saving Animals for Ever).