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2019 County Data Report

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Data is at the core of what we do at Children First for Oregon. Our analyses provide child advocates and decision-makers with reliable data to better serve their communities and enrich discussions about child well-being across different regions and demographics. Our data-driven policy recommendations spur legislators and public officials to back systemic solutions benefitting kids.

Oregon County Data Book

Every year we release the Oregon County Data Book, an expert resource on the well-being of kids in our state, including indicators on health, safety, education, and economic security.

KIDS COUNT National Data Book

The annual KIDS COUNT Data Book released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation uses 16 indicators to rank each state across four domains — health, education, economic well-being, and family and community — representing what children need most to thrive.

National KIDS COUNT Data Center

Combining data from trusted national resources and state organizations, the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s National KIDS COUNT Data Center provides in-depth data across different indicators, locations, and topics.

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