2012 Grand Island Child Well-Being Indicators Report

There are eight indicators of child-well being included in this report: (1) poverty, (2) low birth weight, (3)  infant mortality, (4) adolescent pregnancy, (5) child welfare, (6) juvenile arrests, (7) alcohol, tobacco, and substance use, and (8) high school graduation and dropouts. Each of these indicators has the potential to greatly impact a child's outcomes in life - health or otherwise. Click here to read a full copy of the Report.