A joint report published today by NH Kids Count and the Carsey School of Public Policy examines oral heath access in the Granite State, and barriers to care that remain for low-income populations including children and the elderly. 


Despite a significant increase in participation, only 1 in 6 students who received subsidized school lunch in 2014 also received summer meals according to a new report from the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) 


NH Kids Count joined NHPR twice during its series “The First Decade: Early Childhood Disparities and the Future of N.H.’s Kids” held from May 18-22 to discuss the well-being of NH's children.

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The most comprehensive Data source on child well-being in NH, the NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book features 32 indicators, county-by-county comparisons, and summary sheets. Check it out today to see how kids in your community are doing.


New Hampshire Kids Count is dedicated to improving the lives of all children by advocating for public initiatives that make a real difference.

Recent Reports

NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book The NH KIDS COUNT 2015 Data Book features 32 indicators of child well-being and county-by-county comparisons. (April, 2015) 

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Data Center

NH Map & Data Center The Annie E. Casey KIDS COUNT Data Center provides access to hundreds of national and state-by-state child well-being indicators as well as customizable tools and information.

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