Wraparound Orange Presents: A Data Framework for Addressing the Needs of Orange County's Children, Youth & Families. [2013]
(Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, College of Behavioral & Community Sciences, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Department of Child & Family Studies, Florida KIDS COUNT.) Statewide and Orange County indicators are presented including population, living arrangements, education, select risk indicators, and youth and the law. This work is a collaboration between Wraparound Orange, and the Department of Child and Family Studies at the University of South Florida as part of a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration grant to develop a system of care for children, youth and their families. View.

birthsbriefFlorida Mothers & Babies [2013]
A brief presenting data on Florida's young mothers focusing on 2012 data along with trend data. The brief includes data by age categories, race and ethnicity, marital status, birth weight, prenatal care, delivery payment source, and WIC participation. View brief.

KIDS COUNTFlorida Education Snapshot [2013]

This brief uses Florida demographic and education data to provide a snapshot of the state of education in our state and key indicators that affect education outcomes. View report.

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