The neighborhood is bounded roughy by the pink line and 53rd St. to the North, the south end of the Corwith railroad tracks to the East, 59th St. to the South, and roughly Midway International Airport to the West.

West Elsdon

Neighborhood Results
Barriers to Accessing Support

Community members living in West Elsdon reported depression and anxiety very closely (34% and 33%) as their most common issue, followed by trauma (31%)and acculturation stress (30%). 

Issues Respondents in West Elsdon Reported by Gender

Issues Respondents in West Elsdon Reported by Place of Birth

Willingness to Seek Professional Support

78% of respondents from West Elsdon felt more willing to seek professional support if they listed at least one concern on the survey.

80% of women in West Elsdon felt likely to seek professional support to address their concerns, compared to 75% of men.

87% of the immigrant population in West Elsdon felt more likely to seek professional support to address their concerns, compared to 64% of the population born in the U.S. living in West Elsdon.

78% of respondents in West Elsdon were more likely to seek professional support, compared to 40% of respondents who did not list a concern.

Barriers to Accessing Support

The top barrier (41%) to accessing services to address community members' prominent issues is the cost of services. This is followed second closely by not knowing where to go (37%), and third by lack of insurance (35%).

47% of women in West Elsdon felt cost is the top barrier to accessing support, compared to 30% of men.

52% of the immigrant population in West Elsdon felt cost is the top barrier to accessing support, compared to 25% of the population born in the U.S. living in West Elsdon.