The following links are to sites that contain data that has been collected by many stakeholders in the early childhood field. Issues of pertinence, include child poverty, TANF, food security, children’s status of health and mental care in Texas as well as overall data on the well-being of Texas’ children.
Texas KIDS COUNT Data Center
This data center is funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation and contains 100 measures of child well-being. It includes the most recent data concerning Education, Employment and Income, Poverty, Health, Basic Demographics, and Youth Risk Factors for the U.S. It also features data for the largest 50 U.S. cities.
Data Resource Center for Child & Adolescent Health
National Survey of Children’s Health
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has county-level data available on the enrollment in children’s Medicaid
The Texas Health and Human Services Commission has county-level data available on the enrollment in CHIP.