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April 06, 2015


A new  report released today by New Hampshire Kids Count finds that across 32 unique

indicators of child well-being, both where a child lives and the child's economic situation
significantly impact his or her opportunities and life outcomes.

The New Hampshire Kids Count 2015 Data Book provides a statistical look at 279,716 New Hampshire children from birth through young adulthood using data in five key areas: family and community, health and wellness, education, safety and well-being, and economic security. 


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County and State Info Graphics 

Featuring snapshots of data from the 2015 Data Book, these info graphic summaries are an easy way to share key findings for your county. Download them below.

What Community Members Had to Say About the Data Book

"There is not a single data point that does not impact or reflect the families and youth we support." 


Kathleen Abate,

Granite State Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health, Youth Move


Read Kathleen's full statement, as well as the full remarks of Community Advocates below. 


Amadou Hamady 

International Institute of New Hampshire


Kathleen Murphy

Superintendent of Schools, Hampton


Michelle Wangerin

Youth Law Project Director

New Hampshire Legal Assistance


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The New Hampshire Child Advocacy Network is a coalition of state and local organizations advocating together for  the well-being of  NH's kids. 

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  NH Hunger Solutions, a broad  coalition of partners coordinated  by NH Kids Count, developed and is overseeing a statewide plan to end  childhood hunger. 

The NH Juvenile Justice Coalition is a broad group of partners working together to improve the justice system serving our children and our communities.
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