KIDS COUNT is a national and state-by-state project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation to trackGeneric-KC-cover
the status of children in the United States. The Colorado Children’s Campaign produces KIDS COUNT in Colorado! as part of that project. Ours is an annual data initiative to assess and share information about the well-being of Colorado’s children and trends that are impacting their lives. The report is designed to provide user-friendly state and county data, helping decision makers and advocates understand the challenges and opportunities facing children statewide, and focus attention and resources on the areas where they are needed most.

KIDS COUNT in Colorado! Reports


View and download PDFs of 2015 KIDS COUNT in Colorado! Data by County 

KIDS COUNT in Colorado! Data by County

Use the map below find out about child well-being in your county. Simply zoom in on your address and select your county.


Fast Facts

  • SB16-212 (Crowder) 12-month Eligibility for the Child Care Assistance Program

    SB16-212 (Crowder) 12-month Eligibility for the Child Care Assistance Program Summary: This bill would align the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program (CCCAP) statute with changes in federal law to minimize disruptions in child care for families and is a replacement to HB 16-1183 which had unresolved differences between the two chambers.

  • Fast Fact- May 6, 2016

    In 2014, 14.9 percent of all school-aged children in Colorado (ages 5 to 17) were living in poverty, which is defined as $23,850 in annual income for a family of four.