The Indiana Youth Institute is a provider of accessible, easy-to-understand data about Indiana youth well-being. As the Indiana partner for the Annie E. Casey Foundation's KIDS COUNT® data program, IYI produces an annual data book and updates indicators in the KIDS COUNT Data Center for the Hoosier state.
Our data services can help you:
Issue Briefs are short, easy-to-understand publications on a variety of youth well-being topics. Browse the Issue Brief archive.
The KIDS COUNT in Indiana Data Book is an annual collection of facts and information about Indiana youth and families.
Discover state trends in child well-being and where Indiana ranks for economic well-being, education, health, family and community compared to the nation in the National KIDS COUNT Data Book.
Search the KIDS COUNT Data Center to find the latest well-being indicators on topics such as education, family and community, health, safe and risky behaviors and economic well-being.
In the data center you’ll be able to get demographic information, compare Indiana data to national averages, and build maps, graphs and charts to use in your reports and grant proposals.
Need help using the KIDS COUNT Data Center?
Download our How-To Guide
County Snapshots provide summary information about youth well-being in each of Indiana's 92 counties. Find your Snapshot today.
Can’t find the data you’re looking for? Need specific information for grant proposals, community programs or youth issues? Fill out our contact form, and our data team will help you!
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