The following sites offer an Indiana profile on issues related to child and family well-being.
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
This site provides data about topics related to social and economic indicators of child, youth, and family well-being.
- Child Welfare League of America
This site includes contact information, a statistical profile, and a fact sheet for each state’s child-welfare system. Each state profile also contains a link to the state’s child-welfare agency home page.
- Indiana Business Research Center
This site leads to several different information sources. The county and regional profiles give detailed information on population, age, race, households, education, poverty, health, labor force estimates, employment and earnings, taxes, and building permits. The Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) data gives specific census-level tract information related to the CDBG grant application. The site also provides links to data on commuting and property tax profiles for Indiana. There is also a link to Census 2000 demographic profiles.
- Indiana Youth Institute
This state Web site serves as the companion piece to the national Kids Count project sponsored by the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Data is presented on a county-by-county level on topics related to social and economic indicators of child and family well-being.
- National Center for Children in Poverty
This site details demographic and economic information on children and families in Indiana; it is not broken out by county level. It also provides information on federal and state policies that impact Hoosier children and families.
- U.S. Census Bureau
The census site includes demographic, race/ethnicity, housing, and economic information for Indiana and each of its 92 counties.