Research & Data
Our Research and Data Justice Statement
Data is Central to our Work
Using a targeted universalism framework, our data-informed strategy and policy recommendations spur legislators and public officials to back systemic solutions, investing in – and elevating the voices of – Oregon’s children and youth in greatest need.
By providing reliable, up-to-date research findings reflecting diverse regions and subject areas, we enrich discussions about child well-being and support advocates & decision-makers in better serving their communities.
KIDS COUNT Oregon
Our Children Oregon has served as Oregon’s KIDS COUNT partner organization – a program of the Annie E. Casey Foundation – for over two decades. We support the mission of KIDS COUNT to ensure unbiased and high-quality data about child well-being is accessible to the public, advocates, and policymakers through the production and promotion of the annual Oregon State and County Data Books.
By providing reliable, up-to-date data reflecting different regions and demographics, we enrich discussions about child well-being and support child advocates and decision-makers in better serving their communities.
National KIDS COUNT Publications
Oregon KIDS COUNT Data Cards
Explore our publications to gain insights into timely topic areas impacting the well-being of Oregon’s children & youth.