Kids Count: How Are New Jersey's Children Faring?

The latest data on kids, all in one place.

New Jersey Kids Count

Good data drives smart decisions

That is the goal of New Jersey Kids Count, part of the national KIDS COUNT® network. This state-by-state effort, spearheaded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, provides comprehensive data about child well-being to policymakers, advocates, grant-makers and the public to help inform critical decisions for children and families.

New Jersey Kids Count Data Dashboard

This interactive Data Dashboard features dozens of measures of child well-being at the state and county level, in the following areas: demographics, child and family economics, child health, child protection, school children, and teens and young adults.

NJ Kids Count data is also available in an interactive, online format through the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count database. There, you can create charts, graphs and maps, as well as access raw data in the following areas:

For more information about the New Jersey Kids Count project, contact Alana Vega, ACNJ's Kids Count coordinator, at avega@acnj.org or (973) 643-3876.