Stephens County Well-Being Profiles

Georgia KIDS COUNT, a project of Georgia Family Connection Partnership, compiles current, reliable data on child well-being in each of our state’s 159 counties. We seek to enrich local and state discussions concerning ways to offer Georgia’s children a better future. Our vision is that Georgia’s children will be healthy; ready to start and perform better in school; live in stable, self-sufficient families and in strong communities.

Georgia KIDS COUNT reports year-to-year data highlights, trends, and disparities on child well-being to inform planning, budget, and policy decisions regarding priorities, services, and resources that impact children, families, and communities in our state. Georgia tracks 47 Indicators of Child Well-Being in five result areas that support our vision:

Healthy children

Children ready to start school

Children succeeding in school

Stable, self-sufficient families

Strong communities

KIDS COUNT is a state and national effort funded by Annie E. Casey Foundation to track the status of children. Georgia Family Connection Partnership is the state’s designated KIDS COUNT grantee.

Profile of Child and Family Well-Being – Stephens 2018