Crisis Trends empowers journalists, researchers, school administrators, parents, and all citizens to understand the crises their communities face so we can work together to prevent future crises.
Crisis Trends was originally funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Want to know to know how we share data? Check out our Open Data Collaborations.
Select a crisis type to see the top 35 words used.
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About Crisis Trends Data
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