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The 2015 KIDS COUNT® in Indiana Data Book is Here!

Get the best and most recent information available regarding childhood well-being in the state of Indiana with one of our 2015 KIDS COUNT® in Indiana data products:

KIDS COUNT in Indiana Data Book2015 KIDS COUNT®Data Book

KIDS COUNT® in Indiana Data Snapshot

2015 KIDS COUNT® in County Profiles


2014 National KIDS COUNT® Data Book produced by the Annie E. Casey Foundation (Compare Indiana's rankings and see data for the rest of the U.S.) Check back for the 2015 release in July.


Latest Issue Brief

When children don’t get enough food, or don’t have a well-rounded diet, they have more trouble performing in school and maintaining overall health than their peers. Research shows food insecure children are more likely to suffer from illness, to have developmental delays, and to have health deficiencies that track into adulthood. Food insecure children have also been shown to eat infrequently, overeat when food is available and eat unhealthy inexpensive foods more often than their peers. These traits can cause children to be overweight or obese. Read IYI’s newest Issue Brief on "Hungry Children" to learn how about the imapct of food insecurity in Indiana and what programs exist to combat hunger.


How to Use KIDS COUNT® Data

Not sure how to use the KIDS COUNT® Data to help your organization? We have resources for you!

Check out this short video on using data effectively

Plus, read our issue briefs on Turning Data into Dollars and Using Data to Show Impact to learn how to leverage data to better serve your youth.


Custom Data Request

Need help with a specific question?  Submit a custom request to the IYI data team.