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  1. The 15th AnnualReport on theConditions of Childrenin Orange County Sponsored by the Orange County Children’s Partnership Supervisor Janet Nguyen, Chair Supported by • Orange County Social Services Agency • Children and Families Commission of Orange County Produced by • Orangewood Children’s Foundation • California State University, Fullerton, Center for Community Collaboration

  2. Purpose of the Forum To create a better awareness about the conditions of children in Orange County. To consider and discuss SO WHAT?

  3. 15th Annual Report on the Conditions of Children • Executive Summary: • Good News / Challenges • Summary of Indicators • Special Section: • The Impact of the Economy • on Children and Families • Discussion Topics & 40 Indicators related to: • Good Health:National Children’s Study • Economic Well-Being:Update on Homelessness • Educational Achievement:Early Literacy • Safe Homes and Communities: • Family Resource Centers

  4. Children’s DemographicsTotal Population: 882,644 AGE DISTRIBUTION Source Center for Demographic Research, 2006

  5. Orange County’s Children Population 0-19 Years by Race/Ethnicity, 2006

  6. Special Section The Impact of the Economy on Children and Families • Increased need for Resources • Unemployment • Housing • Impact on Non-profit community • Impact on Children • Health • Education • Strengths of Families • Strategies to offset the Impact

  7. Good Health Discussion Topic: National Children’s Study 231,928 204,119 194,543 GOOD HEALTH (page 33)

  8. Enrollment in Health Care Programs Medi-Cal, Healthy Families, California Kids, Kaiser Permanente, Healthy Kids 284,734 Good News GOOD HEALTH (page 38)

  9. Prenatal Care Percent of Women who Received Early Prenatal Care in Orange County, California, and the United States, 1998 to 2007 GOOD HEALTH (page 40)

  10. Low Birth Weight Total Number of Low Birth Weight and Very Low Birth Weight Infants, 1998 to 2007 GOOD HEALTH (page 44)

  11. Overweight Overweight Among Orange County Children by Race/Ethnicity and by Age, 2007 GOOD HEALTH (page 56)

  12. Developmental Disabilities Total Number of Children Under 18 years of Age Served at the Regional Center of Orange County and Those Diagnosed with Developmental Disabilities, 2000 to 2007 GOOD HEALTH (page 52)

  13. Mental Health Services Number of Children Under 18 Years of Age Served by Children and Youth Services, 1998/99 to 2007/08 GOOD HEALTH (page 62)

  14. Substance Abuse Services Adolescents 17 and Under Receiving Substance Abuse Services, 1999/00 to 2007/08 GOOD HEALTH (page 64)

  15. Economic Well-Being Discussion Topic: Update on Homelessness 231,928 216,014 204,119 194,543 ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 67)

  16. CalWORKs Children Receiving Financial Assistance Through CalWORKS, 1998/99 to 2007/08 ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 72)

  17. Free and Reduced Lunch Number of Students Receiving Free and Reduced Lunch, 1999/00 to 2008/09 ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 74)

  18. Cost of Early Care and Education Average Cost of Early Care and Education Per Week in Center-Based Care and Licensed Family Child Care Homes, 2008/09 ECONOMIC WELL-BEING (page 74)

  19. Educational AchievementDiscussion Topic:Early Literacy 231,928 216,014 204,119 194,543 EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (page 85)

  20. Public School Enrollment Total Public School Enrollment, 1999/00 through 2008/09 Good News EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (page 88)

  21. Academic Performance Index Districts with Highest Percentage of API Growth Improvement, 2003 to 2009 Good News EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (page 91)

  22. English Learners Districts with the Highest Percentages of English Learners, 2007/08 Good News EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (page 95)

  23. Average per Pupil Expenditure Average Dollar Expenditure Per Pupil for Grades K-12, 1998/99 to 2007/08 Good News EDUCATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT (page 96)

  24. Safe Homes and CommunitiesDiscussion Topic:Family Resource Centers 231,928 216,014 194,543 SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 107)

  25. Dependent Children Average Monthly Number of Children in Out-of-Home Care and the Average Monthly Number of Dependents of the Court, 1998/99 to 2007/08 Good News SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 116)

  26. Adoptive Placements Total Number of Children Placed in Adoptive Homes, 1998/99 to 2007/08 Good News SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 122)

  27. Juvenile Arrests Total Juvenile Arrests for Youth 10 to 17 Years of Age, 1998 to 2007 Good News SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 124)

  28. Referrals to Probation Total Number of Juveniles Referred to Probation, 10 to 18 Years, 1998 to 2007 Good News SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 126)

  29. Gang Membership Percent of Children 8 to 17 years old of the Total Know Gang Members, 1999 to 2008 Needs Improvement SAFE HOMES AND COMMUNITIES (page 128)

  30. Question and Answer Panelists SO WHAT?

  31. SO WHAT? • What are the implications of the data? • What explains the trends? • What is the impact on policy? • What are the budgetary implications? • What are the challenges for the future? • How should the community respond to the information? • Where should priorities be focused? Needs Improvement