Refugee Health Data and Statistics
The Indiana Refugee Health Program collects and maintains data showing results of domestic refugee health assessments in Indiana. Refugee Health Program data are used to monitor disease trends among newly arrived refugees, develop health interventions, assess health disparities, develop community health education, and evaluate and revise refugee screening recommendations.
These data show primary refugee arrival trends in Indiana by country of origin and county of resettlement.
These data show primary refugees’ country of origin, visa type, county of resettlement, age group, and gender by federal fiscal year of arrival.
Demographic Data 2019 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2018 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2017 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2016 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2015 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2014 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2013 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2012 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2011 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2010 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2009 (PDF)
Demographic Data 2008 (PDF)
Health Assessment Data
These data show the results of newly arrived refugee health assessments that are done within 90 days of arrival.
2019 Summary Graphs (PDF)
2019 Annual Report (PDF)
2018 Summary Graphs (PDF)
The Indiana Department of Health Refugee Health Program is committed to ensuring quality refugee health assessments by setting screening objectives and monitoring program performance each year.
2020 Program Objectives (PDF)
National and International Refugee Data
Data from the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration’s Refugee Processing Center on refugee arrivals by country of origin and state of initial resettlement. This portal allows interactive data searching and reporting.
Provides data, trends, and statistical reports on refugees, asylum-seekers, returned refugees, internally displaced, and stateless persons in more than 150 countries.