WV KIDS COUNT is determined to make West Virginia a great place to be a kid.

WV KIDS COUNT believes every child in West Virginia counts, so we help policymakers make the best decisions possible by producing our signature Data Book that annually tracks the well-being of children over time and across West Virginia to provide high quality, unbiased information and encourage action on behalf of kids and families.

WV KIDS COUNT supports the well-being of all children in West Virginia by building partnerships with child-serving organizations to stand up for what kids need.

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West Virginia KIDS COUNT

West Virginia KIDS COUNT

West Virginia KIDS COUNT provides the most trusted data about the well-being of children and builds alliances to advocate for what kids need.

We just love our Family and Community Champion of Children, Woody Woodrow! Go see him this Thursday at 1111 Virginia Street, East! #allkidscount15TH ANNUAL BACKPACK ATTACK!!! We're back at the Radio Ranch this year with over 500 backpacks filled with all the supplies your kid will need for school. Join us Thursday, August 18 from 4pm to 6pm at 1111 Virginia Street East. The 15th Annual Backpack Attack is presented by Todd Judy Ford and brought to you by the Kanawha City Walgreens, Kidaroos, WV Eye Consultants, Charleston Police Department, and Poca Valley Bank! Lineup begins at 3pm!! Children MUST be present to get a backpack!! ... See MoreSee Less
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We’re excited to partner with @AECFNews for their @aecfkidscount Data Book release! By working together, we can create a brighter future for kids in West Virginia. Download the report to see how our kids are faring. https://bit.ly/3Jt1u17

Data across 50 states show 7.3 million kids with anxiety or depression, as effects of coronavirus crisis linger, Annie E. Casey Foundation finds.

@WVKIDSCOUNT @aecfkidscount @AECFNews

https://assets.aecf.org/m/databook/2022KCDB-newsrelease-WV.pdf

When families and communities are strong and supportive, kids do better. The latest @aecfkidscount data underscores the need to help kids and parents in their community so they succeed together. https://bit.ly/3gDfY0o

From early childhood to high school, it’s critical to establish conditions that promote educational success — for individual well-being as well as the success of our nation’s future. https://bit.ly/3vIoSit

Growing up with financial stability is essential for kids to become healthy, prepared adults. Economic well-being data from @aecfkidscount helps us track where families might need more support in West Virginia. https://bit.ly/3gDfY0o

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