Links and Other Resources

CDN Animation Snapshot Children’s Data Network
The Children’s Data Network is a data and research collaborative focused on the linkage and analysis of administrative records.
To learn more, please visit:
           You can view an introduction to the Network at:
  • is your gateway to comprehensive data about the health and well being of children across California. The site offers data for every city, county, and school district in the state, making it easy to monitor trends and pinpoint disparities.
  • The Community Opportunity Map, developed by Casey Family Programs, is an interactive tool that maps community indicators at geographic levels defined by the user, from the state level down to neighborhoods. This resource highlights community factors correlated with child maltreatment and is available for everyone.

KIDSCOUNT Data Center 2019 KIDS COUNT Data Book Now Available

The Center for Social Services Research is pleased to partner with the Annie E. Casey Foundation as a KIDS COUNT Outreach Partner.
           The KIDS COUNT Data Book calls for improvements to the nation’s ability to design and evaluate programs and policies aimed at the needs of children and families living in poverty. In addition, the KIDS COUNT Data Book is complemented by an online and mobile-friendly Data Center ( that contains hundreds of measures of child well-being covering national, state, county, and city information. Visitors to the website can access customizable graphs and geographic profiles on education, economic well-being, the number of children in immigrant families, health, and many more topics.”