We are thrilled to announce we will be going to Seattle for the 8th annual Ready by 21 National Meeting, April 23-25, 2019. We hope you will join us!


Data Tools

California, San Diego County: San Diego's Children's Budget

This first Children’s Budget reflects a snapshot in time, using FY 2001–02 funding levels. Since that time, state and federal budget cuts have had a substantial impact on County programs serving children, youth, and families. In some sense, the Children’s Budget represents a “high water mark” for new investments in children’s services.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2001

California: San Francisco Department of Children Youth and Families: Children's Services Allocation Plan

This report aims to accomplish the following: Describe the public sources of funding of children’s services in San Francisco; determine how DCYF should invest the Children’s Fund’s to achieve; measurable outcomes or results, and outline the investment strategy that will be used to achieve those results; identify and educate the community about the city’s current investment in children’s service

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2002

California: Contra Costa County Children and Family Services Budget

Children and Family Services Budget is organized around five desired outcomes for children and families. Each of the 115 programs described in the Budget is categorized according to the primary community outcome served by the program.

Click here to read about the Budget.

Publishing Date: 
July 1, 2002

Alabama, Madison County: Madison County Children's Budget Report

The purpose of the children’s budget report is to provide a comprehensive picture of where the funding streams for children’s programs and other family supports in Madison County originate, where they are channeled, and how they are allocated.  We hope policy makers will utilize the results to make more informed decisions about future investments in children’s programs in our community.  Hopefu

Publishing Date: 
August 15, 2006

Education-Student Surveys: Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System Survey

The bill requires the State Department of Education to collaborate with the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene in order to incorporate the provisions of the Maryland Adolescent Survey and the Youth Tobacco Survey into the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance system survey.

Publishing Date: 
January 10, 2007

Beyond Indicators: From Risk Assessment to Practical Strategies for Promoting Adolescent Health and Well-Being

Public health professionals and clinical program directors increasingly need well-defined, measurable, population-based health indicators in order to develop, manage and evaluate physical and mental health programs for adolescents.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2003

South Carolina: Young Adults in South Carolina - A Comprehensive Report on the Lives of South Carolinians 18-29

The young adults report focuses on the challenges and problems of persons ages 18–29 who have difficulties in the transition to independence. Necessarily, public policy must address the dilemmas of society, many of which are experienced by young adults.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2002

Pennsylvania: Report Card 2004 - The Well-Being of Children and Youth in Philadelphia

This comprehensive document tracks Philadelphia’s past in order to inform its present and future decisions that impact the health, safety, education and overall well-being of the city’s children and youth. Like any five-year old, Report Card 2004 is notable for its growth over the past few years.

Publishing Date: 
December 15, 2004