Data is a starting point for transformative solutions.

In New Hampshire, the gap between the children who struggle and those who do not continues to grow. Living in New Hampshire can be particularly challenging for families struggling with poverty, substance misuse, or mental health disorders.

NH Kids Count provides the best available state and county data to measure child and young adult well-being and inspire equitable policy solutions. 

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About New Hampshire Kids Count

New Hampshire Kids Count provides the best available state-wide and county-level data to measure and track the demographics, economic well-being, education, early childhood, health and safety of New Hampshire's children and young adults. Research for New Hampshire Kids Count is funded in part by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. We thank the Foundation for its support and acknowledge the findings and conclusions presented are those of New Futures’s alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Foundation. We also acknowledge the generous support of the countless contributors whose investments make possible the work of New Futures, including sharing critical data throughout the year.

Much of the NH Kids Count data comes from the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Kids Count data center, designed to track the well-being of children across the United States.

Your contribution to New Futures will leave a lasting impact in the Granite State!


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