New Publications

2018 Measures of Child Well-Being in Utah

20 September 2018
For over two decades, Measures of Child Well-Being in Utah has served as the go-to resource for data on the well-being of  kids in Utah. This year’s report brings new data on safe communities and offers our most comprehensive and…

Utah KIDS COUNT Data Links Publication, February 2018

08 February 2018
A Tale of Four Cities: A demographic Look at Ogden, Provo, St. George, and Salt Lake City. This Data Link compares four of Utahs major cities. Gathering and analyzing data is the first step in making informed policy decisions. Using…

Utah Economic Benchmarking Project 2017

12 November 2017
New Economic Benchmarking Report Finds Utah Ahead on Some, Behind on Other Key Metrics of Economic Opportunity and Standard of Living ONE IMPORTANT LESSON: UTAH WORKS HARDER, MINNESOTA WORKS SMARTER     Salt Lake City, November 13, 2017 - Voices…

Utah KIDS COUNT Data Links Publication, October 2017

25 October 2017
As a complement to the new Race for Results publication recently released by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, the Utah KIDS COUNT Project also updated our 2015 comparison of Hispanic and non-Hispanic white children in Utah. In the most recent…

2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book

13 June 2017
2017 KIDS COUNT Data Book: State Trends in Child Well-Being By the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s KIDS COUNT Project 2017 Utah KIDS COUNT Data Book: Measures of Child Well-Being in Utah, 2017

Medicaid Per Capita Caps Significantly Reduce Funding Available for Children in Utah: Reduced Funding Leads to Reductions in Services, Fewer People Covered--or Both

31 May 2017
Under Congress’ current health care proposal, Utah would see significant funding reductions for children enrolled in Medicaid. The American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed the House in early May and is currently being considered by the Senate. The AHCA proposes…

Racial and Ethnic Equity for Children in Utah

15 May 2017
A Look at the 2017 Legislative Session and What It Means for the Year Ahead   • Children of color and immigrant children in Utah face more poverty compared to White children. As Utah becomes a more diverse state, these…

Hispanic Kids Data Link, 2017

31 March 2017
Hispanic Kids Data Link, 2017    

National Children's Organizations to Congress: Do No Harm

23 March 2017
Dear Majority Leader McConnell, Speaker Ryan, Minority Leader Schumer, and Minority Leader Pelosi: As organizations from every state and multiple fields dedicated to improving the well-being of children, we strongly urge you to keep the unique needs of children front…

Under the ACA Repeal Bill, Utah Medicaid Stands to Lose Millions over a 10-Year Period

15 March 2017
Congress’ health plan bill, the American Health Care Act, proposes a major restructuring to the Medicaid program. The proposal would cap the federal funding states receive on a per-Medicaid beneficiary basis, starting in 2020. Using retrospective data, Voices for Utah…