January 28, 2021
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Join CCC’s Research & Policy teams as we provide an overview of key findings from our new analysis: “Child and Family Well-being in New York State: Ranking Risks Across 62 Counties”. In this analysis we examine child well-being in counties throughout the state and the policy and budget priorities we are advancing to build a fairer and more equitable state where all children are healthy, housed, educated and safe.
Bijan Kimiagar, Associate Executive Director for Research
Alice Bufkin, Director of Policy for Child and Adolescent Health
Sophia Halkitis, Data Analyst
Daryl Hornick-Becker, Policy and Advocacy Associate
About the Analysis
CCC’s “Child and Family Well-being in New York State: Ranking Risks Across 62 Counties” is a first-of-its-kind analysis of the barriers to well-being children and families face in each county of New York State.
The study examines county-level data across six domains of well-being and reveals that far too many children across New York State experience poverty, housing insecurity, health risks, educational opportunity gaps, and other conditions that challenge their right to thrive and live healthy productive lives. This analysis leverages the most recent data available for all indicators at the county level to provide context of troubling risk factors that existed prior to the pandemic.