State-Level KIDS COUNT Data Books in 2019

Updated September 20, 2019 | Posted May 10, 2019
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation
Children on a swing

The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Net­work — which spans all 50 states, the Dis­trict of Colum­bia, Puer­to Rico and the U.S. Vir­gin Islands — tracks the well-being of chil­dren and fam­i­lies in each state. As part of this work, many of the net­work’s grantee orga­ni­za­tions pro­duce state-lev­el publications.

View the cat­a­log of state-lev­el data books and fact sheets released so far in 2019 to learn more about how chil­dren in your home state are faring.

Chil­dren’s Action Alliance
Ari­zona KIDS COUNT Databook

KIDS COUNT in Delaware
2019 KIDS COUNT in Delaware Fact Book

2019 Flori­da Coun­ties Child Well-Being Index

Indi­ana Youth Institute
2019 Indi­ana KIDS COUNT Data Book Snapshot

Voic­es for Illi­nois Children
2019 Illi­nois KIDS COUNT Report

Ken­tucky Youth Advocates
2019 Coun­ty Data Book

Maine Chil­dren’s Alliance
2019 Maine KIDS COUNT Data Book

Michi­gan League for Pub­lic Policy
2019 Kids Count in Michi­gan Data Book

Mis­sis­sip­pi KIDS COUNT
2019 Mis­sis­sip­pi KIDS COUNT Fact Book

New Hamp­shire
New Futures
2019 New Hamp­shire Kids Count Data Book

North Car­oli­na
NC Child
2019 Coun­ty Data Cards

Rhode Island
Rhode Island Kids Count
2019 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook

West Vir­ginia
West Vir­ginia KIDS COUNT
2019 West Vir­ginia KIDS COUNT State Data Book

See the com­plete list of KIDS COUNT state grantees

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