Kno-Ho-Co Ashland C.A.C. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 193,327
Under 5: 13,425
5 - 19: 43,732
20 - 64: 107,941
1,938 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 13.8%
Unemployment Rate: 3.8%
Labor Force Participation: 90,900
Primary Industry: Manufacturing
ARC Designation(s): N/A
Health
Life Expectancy: 78.5 years
Diabetes Rate: 9.5 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 19 2019
Infant Deaths: 5.8 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.7 %

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Early Childhood Data

Birth Statistics
6.6% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
70% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
26.3 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 24.8 %
SNAP Participant Households: 10.6 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 41.2 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 37.7 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 11.7 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 8.6 %
Education
Student Economic Disadvantage: 36.8 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.7 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 222.3 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 6
Headstarts: 4
After-School Programs: 6.8
Childcare Centers: 9.5
Type-A Providers: 0.3
Type-B Providers: 4.3
Total Childcare Homes: 4.5
Preschool Program Only: 6
School Age Program Only: 2.3
Camps: 0
Household Heads
13.2 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 55,233
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,261
Center - Percentage of Income: 14.5 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,338
FCC - Percentage of Income: 10.9 %

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Demographics
Total: 137,282
Under 5: 8,276
5 - 19: 26,993
20 - 64: 77,008
1,367 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 13.2%
Unemployment Rate: 5.6%
Labor Force Participation: 62,000
Primary Industry: Manufacturing, Trade, Transportation, & Utilities
ARC Designation(s): Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 77.8 years
Diabetes Rate: 10.0 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 17 2019
Infant Deaths: 3.3 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.9 %

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Birth Statistics
7% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
66.3% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
20.5 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 25.4 %
SNAP Participant Households: 24.3 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 43.8 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 38.9 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 14.2 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 9.6 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 10.1 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 47.2 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.9 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 170 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 7
Headstarts: 3.7
After-School Programs: 7.3
Childcare Centers: 8
Type-A Providers: 1
Type-B Providers: 4
Total Childcare Homes: 5
Preschool Program Only: 7
School Age Program Only: 1.7
Camps: 0.3
Household Heads
68% Married Parents
5% Single-Parent Male
15.9% Single-Parent Female
5.6% Grandparent
1.7% Other Relative
6.5 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 52,733
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,522
Center - Percentage of Income: 13.9 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,274
FCC - Percentage of Income: 11.6 %

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Demographics
Total: 107,841
Under 5: 5,975
5 - 19: 20,197
20 - 64: 63,906
532 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 14.6%
Unemployment Rate: 5.6%
Labor Force Participation: 45,500
Primary Industry: Manufacturing
ARC Designation(s): Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 77.6 years
Diabetes Rate: 10.9 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 40 2019
Infant Deaths: 6.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.7 %

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Birth Statistics
7.3% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
80.8% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
111 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 25.5 %
SNAP Participant Households: 32.5 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 51.9 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 35.8 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 18.7 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 10.9 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 50.6 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 58.4 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.7 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 998 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 15
Headstarts: 12
After-School Programs: 28
Childcare Centers: 27
Type-A Providers: 3
Type-B Providers: 17
Total Childcare Homes: 20
Preschool Program Only: 15
School Age Program Only: 3
Camps: 0
Household Heads
60.4% Married Parents
7.4% Single-Parent Male
19.1% Single-Parent Female
8% Grandparent
2.5% Other Relative
5.2 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 48,345
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,312
Center - Percentage of Income: 15.1 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,659
FCC - Percentage of Income: 13.8 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 69,709
Under 5: 3,543
5 - 19: 12,639
20 - 64: 40,771
410 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 18.1%
Unemployment Rate: 6.6%
Labor Force Participation: 27,200
Primary Industry: Trade, Transportation, & Utilities
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 75.8 years
Diabetes Rate: 10.9 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 24 2019
Infant Deaths: 4.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 93.8 %

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Birth Statistics
8.3% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
69.8% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
124 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 26.9 %
SNAP Participant Households: 42.9 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 57.7 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 32.9 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 3.8 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 11.5 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 65.9 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 67.0 %
High School Graduation Rate: 93.8 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 457 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 16
Headstarts: 2
After-School Programs: 18
Childcare Centers: 7
Type-A Providers: 2
Type-B Providers: 15
Total Childcare Homes: 20
Preschool Program Only: 16
School Age Program Only: 4
Camps: 0
Household Heads
57.4% Married Parents
3.7% Single-Parent Male
27.5% Single-Parent Female
7.9% Grandparent
1.8% Other Relative
7.8 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 46,581
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,707
Center - Percentage of Income: 16.6 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,025
FCC - Percentage of Income: 15.1 %

Muskingum E.O.A.G. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 89,074
Under 5: 5,284
5 - 19: 17,772
20 - 64: 49,834
665 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 16.3%
Unemployment Rate: 4.7%
Labor Force Participation: 39,700
Primary Industry: Education and Health Services
ARC Designation(s): Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 77.0 years
Diabetes Rate: 9.8 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 33 2019
Infant Deaths: 12.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 92.2 %

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Birth Statistics
7.9% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
86.6% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
69 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 27.0 %
SNAP Participant Households: 36.6 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 47.0 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 36.4 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 12.8 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 13.0 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 90.4 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 63.5 %
High School Graduation Rate: 92.2 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 1 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 12
Headstarts: 6
After-School Programs: 41
Childcare Centers: 22
Type-A Providers: 3
Type-B Providers: 30
Total Childcare Homes: 33
Preschool Program Only: 12
School Age Program Only: 12
Camps: 0
Household Heads
54.6% Married Parents
6.8% Single-Parent Male
26.3% Single-Parent Female
7.2% Grandparent
1.6% Other Relative
19.7 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 47,254
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,258
Center - Percentage of Income: 15.4 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,374
FCC - Percentage of Income: 13.5 %

G.M.N. Tri-County C.A.C. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 69,374
Under 5: 4,009
5 - 19: 13,115
20 - 64: 39,945
1,377 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 16.6%
Unemployment Rate: 6.3%
Labor Force Participation: 27,900
Primary Industry: Manufacturing, Local Government, State Government
ARC Designation(s): At Risk/Distressed
Health
Life Expectancy: 78.5 years
Diabetes Rate: 9.9 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 12 2019
Infant Deaths: 1.7 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 89.1 %

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Birth Statistics
7.2% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
81.2% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
87 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 27.2 %
SNAP Participant Households: 28.4 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 47.3 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 44.5 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 12.3 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 9.8 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 39.1 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 53.6 %
High School Graduation Rate: 89.1 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 204.3 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 4.3
Headstarts: 1.7
After-School Programs: 4.7
Childcare Centers: 4.7
Type-A Providers: 0.7
Type-B Providers: 2.7
Total Childcare Homes: 3.3
Preschool Program Only: 4.3
School Age Program Only: 1.7
Camps: 0.3
Household Heads
62.4% Married Parents
7% Single-Parent Male
19.1% Single-Parent Female
6.4% Grandparent
0.7% Other Relative
11 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 46,034
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,651
Center - Percentage of Income: 14.3 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,542
FCC - Percentage of Income: 16.1 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 70,400
Under 5: 3,575
5 - 19: 11,974
20 - 64: 42,432
537 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 13.6%
Unemployment Rate: 5.9%
Labor Force Participation: 27,800
Primary Industry: Trade, Transportation, & Utilities
ARC Designation(s): Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 77.5 years
Diabetes Rate: 11.1 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 18 2019
Infant Deaths: 6.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 90.8 %

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Birth Statistics
8.4% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
84.4% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
16 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 24.8 %
SNAP Participant Households: 27.7 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 44.4 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 40.5 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 22.6 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 9.1 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 77.0 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 40.5 %
High School Graduation Rate: 90.8 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 284 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 14
Headstarts: 5
After-School Programs: 14
Childcare Centers: 12
Type-A Providers: 0
Type-B Providers: 9
Total Childcare Homes: 9
Preschool Program Only: 14
School Age Program Only: 7
Camps: 0
Household Heads
63.1% Married Parents
7.2% Single-Parent Male
20.5% Single-Parent Female
6.1% Grandparent
0.6% Other Relative
8.2 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 50,904
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 8,464
Center - Percentage of Income: 16.6 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,551
FCC - Percentage of Income: 12.9 %

Hocking-Athens-Perry Community Action Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 130,195
Under 5: 6,792
5 - 19: 26,473
20 - 64: 79,443
1,340 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 19.4%
Unemployment Rate: 4.5%
Labor Force Participation: 57,100
Primary Industry: Local Government, Education and Health Services
ARC Designation(s): Transitional/Distressed/At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 76.7 years
Diabetes Rate: 11.6 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 25 2019
Infant Deaths: 1.7 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.2 %

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Birth Statistics
7.6% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
81.6% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
84.7 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 26.5 %
SNAP Participant Households: 36.8 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 64.7 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 40.4 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 11.3 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 10.8 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 22.3 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 74.1 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.2 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 161.7 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 9.7
Headstarts: 1.3
After-School Programs: 9.7
Childcare Centers: 9
Type-A Providers: 0.7
Type-B Providers: 7.3
Total Childcare Homes: 8
Preschool Program Only: 9.7
School Age Program Only: 3.7
Camps: 0.3
Household Heads
59.1% Married Parents
6.1% Single-Parent Male
20.6% Single-Parent Female
8.9% Grandparent
1.8% Other Relative
14.1 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 47,806
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,566
Center - Percentage of Income: 15.8 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,621
FCC - Percentage of Income: 13.1 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 76,832
Under 5: 4,135
5 - 19: 14,472
20 - 64: 44,830
1,053 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 17.1%
Unemployment Rate: 5.4%
Labor Force Participation: 32,700
Primary Industry: Education and Health Services, Manufacturing
ARC Designation(s): Transitional/At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 77.6 years
Diabetes Rate: 12.3 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 9 2019
Infant Deaths: 1.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 88.0 %

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Birth Statistics
6.8% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
85.1% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
27 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 24.9 %
SNAP Participant Households: 29.6 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 53.0 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 37.3 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 10.8 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 9.6 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 52.7 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 72.2 %
High School Graduation Rate: 88.0 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 200 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 6
Headstarts: 3
After-School Programs: 4.5
Childcare Centers: 11.5
Type-A Providers: 0
Type-B Providers: 2
Total Childcare Homes: 2
Preschool Program Only: 6
School Age Program Only: 2
Camps: 0
Household Heads
65.2% Married Parents
6.6% Single-Parent Male
16.1% Single-Parent Female
7.8% Grandparent
1.3% Other Relative
12 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 46,181
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,886
Center - Percentage of Income: 13.8 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,266
FCC - Percentage of Income: 14.5 %

Ross County C.A.C. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 78,064
Under 5: 4,624
5 - 19: 14,745
20 - 64: 48,175
688 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 17.9%
Unemployment Rate: 4.7%
Labor Force Participation: 33,900
Primary Industry: Manufacturing
ARC Designation(s): Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 75.9 years
Diabetes Rate: 11.0 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 37 2019
Infant Deaths: 7.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 90.7 %

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Birth Statistics
9% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
82.8% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
158 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 26.6 %
SNAP Participant Households: 39.2 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 60.9 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 37.1 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 6.6 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 13.3 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 88.2 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 70.2 %
High School Graduation Rate: 90.7 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 0 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 13
Headstarts: 1
After-School Programs: 9
Childcare Centers: 12
Type-A Providers: 3
Type-B Providers: 4
Total Childcare Homes: 7
Preschool Program Only: 13
School Age Program Only: 3
Camps: 0
Household Heads
58.4% Married Parents
5.1% Single-Parent Male
22% Single-Parent Female
10.3% Grandparent
0.9% Other Relative
11.8 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 51,092
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,102
Center - Percentage of Income: 13.9 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,008
FCC - Percentage of Income: 11.8 %

Highland County C.A.O. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 43,589
Under 5: 2,907
5 - 19: 9,309
20 - 64: 24,755
553 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 20.9%
Unemployment Rate: 5.0%
Labor Force Participation: 17,100
Primary Industry: Local Government
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 76.1 years
Diabetes Rate: 10.4 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 13 2019
Infant Deaths: 5.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.6 %

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Birth Statistics
6.9% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
78.1% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
38 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 27.8 %
SNAP Participant Households: 31.2 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 49.3 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 39.3 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 7.4 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 13.2 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 62.3 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 53.9 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.6 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 240 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 8
Headstarts: 2
After-School Programs: 2
Childcare Centers: 6
Type-A Providers: 0
Type-B Providers: 1
Total Childcare Homes: 1
Preschool Program Only: 8
School Age Program Only: 1
Camps: 1
Household Heads
59.2% Married Parents
10.1% Single-Parent Male
19.1% Single-Parent Female
7.2% Grandparent
0.9% Other Relative
25.2 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 44,169
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,276
Center - Percentage of Income: 16.5 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,054
FCC - Percentage of Income: 13.7 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 28,709
Under 5: 1,871
5 - 19: 6,003
20 - 64: 16,623
442 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 19.4%
Unemployment Rate: 5.7%
Labor Force Participation: 10,300
Primary Industry: Professional and Business Services
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 74.8 years
Diabetes Rate: 13.4 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 14 2019
Infant Deaths: 3.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 87.4 %

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Birth Statistics
8.5% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
76.9% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
137 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 29.8 %
SNAP Participant Households: 46.3 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 63.3 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 46.9 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 13.6 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 15.3 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 59.2 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 98.8 %
High School Graduation Rate: 87.4 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 160 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 8
Headstarts: 5
After-School Programs: 4
Childcare Centers: 6
Type-A Providers: 1
Type-B Providers: 0
Total Childcare Homes: 1
Preschool Program Only: 8
School Age Program Only: 1
Camps: 1
Household Heads
50.8% Married Parents
11.9% Single-Parent Male
20.9% Single-Parent Female
11.7% Grandparent
1.8% Other Relative
19.3 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 42,832
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,208
Center - Percentage of Income: 14.5 %

Jackson-Vinton C.A.A. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 46,660
Under 5: 3,002
5 - 19: 9,698
20 - 64: 27,391
834 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 20.3%
Unemployment Rate: 5.3%
Labor Force Participation: 18,200
Primary Industry: Manufacturing
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 74.9 years
Diabetes Rate: 12.4 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 10 2019
Infant Deaths: 1.5 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 90.5 %

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Birth Statistics
8.4% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
76.9% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
98 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 30.5 %
SNAP Participant Households: 38.0 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 74.4 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 41.7 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 19.1 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 12.4 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 56.1 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 84.4 %
High School Graduation Rate: 90.5 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 106.5 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 5.5
Headstarts: 0.5
After-School Programs: 9.5
Childcare Centers: 3.5
Type-A Providers: 1
Type-B Providers: 0.5
Total Childcare Homes: 1.5
Preschool Program Only: 5.5
School Age Program Only: 5.5
Camps: 0
Household Heads
55.8% Married Parents
7.7% Single-Parent Male
21.3% Single-Parent Female
8.8% Grandparent
4.4% Other Relative
13.5 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 46,612
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,062
Center - Percentage of Income: 12.8 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,920
FCC - Percentage of Income: 14.8 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 54,704
Under 5: 3,340
5 - 19: 10,856
20 - 64: 31,843
899 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 22.5%
Unemployment Rate: 5.4%
Labor Force Participation: 21,200
Primary Industry: Education and Health Services, Local Government
ARC Designation(s): At Risk/Distressed
Health
Life Expectancy: 75.7 years
Diabetes Rate: 12.4 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 28 2019
Infant Deaths: 3.5 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 88.3 %

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Early Childhood Data

Birth Statistics
9.7% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
80.7% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
50.5 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 28.1 %
SNAP Participant Households: 40.0 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 70.9 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 44.4 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 12.2 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 12.9 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 20.4 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 78.4 %
High School Graduation Rate: 88.3 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 209.5 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 9
Headstarts: 2.5
After-School Programs: 10
Childcare Centers: 3.5
Type-A Providers: 0
Type-B Providers: 4.5
Total Childcare Homes: 4.5
Preschool Program Only: 8
School Age Program Only: 5.5
Camps: 0
Household Heads
60.9% Married Parents
9.1% Single-Parent Male
17.1% Single-Parent Female
9.7% Grandparent
0.8% Other Relative
9.7 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 44,879
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,200
Center - Percentage of Income: 16.0 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,206
FCC - Percentage of Income: 13.8 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 73,396
Under 5: 4,741
5 - 19: 13,493
20 - 64: 42,673
1,076 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 19.3%
Unemployment Rate: 5.3%
Labor Force Participation: 30,200
Primary Industry: Manufacturing, Trade, Transportation, & Utilities
ARC Designation(s): Distressed/Transitional
Health
Life Expectancy: 75.6 years
Diabetes Rate: 11.4 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 26
Infant Deaths: 3.0 Agency Average
Education
High School Grad Rate: 92.1 %

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Early Childhood Data

Birth Statistics
8.1% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
79.9% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
53.5 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 27.2 %
SNAP Participant Households: 31.6 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 52.4 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 43.5 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 15.4 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 13.5 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 59.3 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 57.7 %
High School Graduation Rate: 92.1 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 203.5 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 6.5
Headstarts: 0.5
After-School Programs: 2
Childcare Centers: 5.5
Type-A Providers: 0.5
Type-B Providers: 1
Total Childcare Homes: 1.5
Preschool Program Only: 6.5
School Age Program Only: 0.5
Camps: 0
Household Heads
61.2% Married Parents
5.9% Single-Parent Male
20.3% Single-Parent Female
8.2% Grandparent
1.4% Other Relative
22.6 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 46,827
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,448
Center - Percentage of Income: 16.3 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 7,215
FCC - Percentage of Income: 16.1 %

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Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 79,499
Under 5: 4,860
5 - 19: 15,702
20 - 64: 46,620
612 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 23.6%
Unemployment Rate: 5.4%
Labor Force Participation: 28,600
Primary Industry: Education and Health Services
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 74.8 years
Diabetes Rate: 13.6 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 81 2019
Infant Deaths: 7.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 94.8 %

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Early Childhood Data

Birth Statistics
8.6% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
77.8% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
588 Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Hospitalizations
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 28.7 %
SNAP Participant Households: 44.7 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 61.1 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 44.5 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 15.9 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 13.5 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 82.9 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 65.0 %
High School Graduation Rate: 94.8 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 800 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 20
Headstarts: 3
After-School Programs: 14
Childcare Centers: 18
Type-A Providers: 4
Type-B Providers: 10
Total Childcare Homes: 14
Preschool Program Only: 20
School Age Program Only: 4
Camps: 0
Household Heads
54% Married Parents
7.9% Single-Parent Male
18.4% Single-Parent Female
15% Grandparent
1.8% Other Relative
22.7 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 41,330
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,390
Center - Percentage of Income: 15.5 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,076
FCC - Percentage of Income: 14.7 %

Ironton-Lawrence County Area C.A.O. Learn More

Regional Demographics Data

Demographics
Total: 62,450
Under 5: 3,870
5 - 19: 12,329
20 - 64: 36,480
455 Square Miles
Economics
Poverty Rate: 18.6%
Unemployment Rate: 4.8%
Labor Force Participation: 23,600
Primary Industry: Local Government
ARC Designation(s): At-Risk
Health
Life Expectancy: 75.3 years
Diabetes Rate: 12.6 %
Substance Abuse Rate: 23 2019
Infant Deaths: 2.0 County Total
Education
High School Grad Rate: 92.7 %

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Early Childhood Data

Birth Statistics
10.2% Babies Were Born Under 5.5lbs
86.9% Received Adequate Prenatal Care
Health
Children in Food Insecure Households: 24.5 %
SNAP Participant Households: 37.8 %
Eligible for Receiving Free/Discounted Lunch: 64.4 %
Third Graders Overweight or Obese: 51.0 %
Children Who Don't Receive Dental Care: 7.2 %
Households Enrolled in Medicaid: 12.5 %
Education
Access to Benchmark Broadband Speed: 43.3 %
Student Economic Disadvantage: 80.5 %
High School Graduation Rate: 92.7 %
Children Enrolled in PFCC: 550 children
Childcare Providers

Agency-wide averages for multi-county agencies.

Licensed Preschools: 7
Headstarts: 7
After-School Programs: 16
Childcare Centers: 13
Type-A Providers: 4
Type-B Providers: 14
Total Childcare Homes: 18
Preschool Program Only: 7
School Age Program Only: 6
Camps: 0
Household Heads
54.2% Married Parents
8.4% Single-Parent Male
19.8% Single-Parent Female
11.9% Grandparent
3.6% Other Relative
7.7 Foster Rate (per 1000 children)
Childcare Cost Burden
Median Household Income: $ 45,118
Center - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,466
Center - Percentage of Income: 14.3 %
FCC - Avg Annual Cost of Care: $ 6,948
FCC - Percentage of Income: 15.4 %