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Trenton Kids Count 2023

The following is an update from Advocates for Children of New Jersey.

Latest KidsCount Report Highlights Well-Being of Trenton Children, Community Groups Coming Together to Improve Child Outcomes in the Capital City

Trenton Kids Count 2023 Data Book Released

Thank you to everyone who attended the release of Trenton Kids Count 2023: A City Profile of Child Well-Being. We hope you found the conversation surrounding data both engaging and inspiring as we work together to create a brighter futures for children and families in the capital city. Did you miss it?

You can still view the recording! Click here to read the report, download the presentation, and view photos and recording of the presentation and discussion panel.

Help Develop Solutions to Improve Child Outcomes: Join us for Trenton's community conversations! From February to May, community members are invited to participate in various forums focused on different issue areas found throughout Trenton Kids Count.

February 15 - Education and Development March 15 - Health and Human Services April 19 - Juvenile Justice and Crime May 17 - Housing and Economics

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