2018 KIDS COUNT Data Book: State Trends in Child Well-Being
Annie E. Casey Foundation (2018)
Examines interrelated factors of well-being, including economic, health, family and community, and education, and how effectively these domains are supported by States.
2018 Report: How Are Vermont’s Young Children & Families? (PDF - 3,307 KB)
Building Bright Futures Council (2019)
Analyzes statistics and information on the state of young child and family well-being in Vermont; includes promising practices and recommendations for improving neighborhoods and communities to better support a safe, healthy, and prosperous future for the State.
Enhancing Child Well-Being in Michigan: A Guide to Improving KIDS COUNT Outcomes and Rankings (PDF - 1,260 KB)
Kids Count in Michigan
Presents findings from a 2017 evaluation of child well-being in Michigan that considered 16 different indicators, and then discusses strategies to improve services and outcomes.
Washington State Child Well-Being Data Portal
Partners for Our Children (2016)
Provides up-to-date information, organized by the three main parts of the child welfare system: investigations and assessments, in-home services, and out-of-home care, on the size and shape of Washington's child welfare system and information on child and family outcomes.