The website contains information pertaining to the conditions of children ages 0-5 living in Chicago. The data is viewed on 8 different domains and includes information on trends in population, service usage, and indicators of children's well-being. It is meant to serve as a planning tool for community organizations, churches, businesses, schools, foundations, as well as city and state officials trying to address the needs of young children in Chicago.
The information presented has been prepared by Chapin Hall, under contract with the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services, with data collected from a wide range of sources, including public agencies and other organizations. Please consult Understanding the Data to learn more about the sources of data and a key to abbreviations.
This is part of an ongoing effort to present up-to-date, relevant information about community conditions, assets, and needs for all Chicago community areas, and it contains:
- Community Area Profiles: View the data on young children in 77 Chicago communities and the City of Chicago as a whole on the 8 key indicator areas.
- Compare Community Data: Compare community data with the indicator comparison tool. The tool also allows you to output the data for downloading.
- Indicator Maps: View graphical community comparisons in population, service usage, and well-being trends.
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