The Self-Sufficiency Standard calculates how much income families of various sizes and compositions need to make ends meet at a minimally adequate level without public or private assistance.
Learn how your county ranks. Explore data covering population, health care access, income and other factors affecting children and families.
Data & Research
Read more about findings on key economic issues and programs impacting children and families throughout Wyoming.
About KIDS COUNT
The Wyoming Community Foundation’s 2016 Wyoming KIDS COUNT Data Book shares data research to help improve the well-being of our state’s children. The findings can help direct policy and inform those working with and for our state’s children.
The research was funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation whose KIDS COUNT project is designed to track the well-being of children in the United States by providing high quality data and trend analysis. The Wyoming Community Foundation is the proud KIDS COUNT grantee for Wyoming.
Special Programs & Key Issues Impacting Wyoming
Head Start and Early Head Start programs promote the school readiness of children, ages birth to five, from low-income families by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development through educational, nutritional, health, social, and other services to eligible children and their families.