Publications & Reports
Rhode Island KIDS COUNT collects and disseminates data on the well being of Rhode Island's children and advocates for and facilitates the development of responsive policies and programs. By conducting research, framing the issues, stressing their impact on children and communities, enlisting media coverage, and collaborating with key partners, Rhode Island KIDS COUNT educates policy makers and citizens.

Improving High School Graduation Rates in Rhode Island Issue Brief, November 2013

Young Children with Developmental Delays & Disabilities Issue Brief, November 2013

RIte Care Results - November 2013

2013 Maternal and Child Home Visiting System Program Report - October 2013

Child Welfare Factsheet: Focus on Adoption - July 2013

2013 Legislative Wrap-Up - July 2013

Improving College Access and Completion in Rhode Island Issue Brief - June 2013

Child Welfare Factsheet: Focus on Young Children in the Child Welfare System - June 2013

Help for Working and Unemployed Families Resource Sheet

Many working and unemployed families in Rhode Island are eligible for services and benefits to help support their families. Programs such as health insurance (RIte Care), child care subsidies, tax credits (EITC), nutrition assistance (SNAP and WIC) and cash assistance (RI Works) are available to families with low or moderate incomes. Rhode Island KIDS COUNT has released a fact sheet in English and Spanish, to help working and unemployed Rhode Island families access these services and benefits. Please click here for the order form.

Access to Early Learning Programs Issue Brief - April 2013

2013 Rhode Island Kids Count Factbook

Child Welfare Factsheet: Focus on Young Children in the Child Welfare System - December 2012

Improving College Access and Success: Providence Youth Perspectives

RIte Care Results

Child Poverty in Rhode Island

Child Welfare Factsheet: Youth Aging Out of Foster Care