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Children & Youth

Results priority area #2: Improved health and education outcomes for children/youth from pregnancy to age 25.

Bernalillo County Early Childhood Accountability Partnership (ECAP)

 NM KIDS COUNT Databook

 KIDS COUNT Data Center (AECF)

 NM Voices for Children PRIORITY POLICY AGENDA

 2013 Youth Risk & Resiliency Survey (YRRS) - Bernalillo County HS

 2011 PANAC APS Healthy Weight Report

 2011 Mapping the Social Ecology of Early Childhood in NM

Albuquerque Public Schools School Health Advisory Council (SHAC)

For information on confidential sexual health services for youth in New Mexico: Your Right to Confidential Sexual Health Services in New Mexico (Questions to ask your Health Care Provider) [English] [Spanish Version]

 I'm the Guy You Pay Later - A report by Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, a national, bipartisan, nonprofit, anti-crime organization. The organization has a membership of more than 5,000 police chiefs, sheriffs, district attorneys, other law enforcement leaders and violence survivors.

“My jail is filled with people who took the wrong path in life. It didn’t have to be that way. Law enforcement leaders nationwide know that one of the best ways to keep young people from dropping out of school and becoming criminals is to make sure they have a foundation for success in their earliest years. We are coming out in force to support high-quality early education and care for kids today so we can lower the devastating impact and cost of crime in the years to come.”  Sheriff Leroy Baca, Los Angeles County

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