County-specific information is some of the most needed and accessed data from Montana KIDS COUNT. It is used by local leaders as they make decisions for their communities, nonprofits or other groups when writing grants, and policymakers as they decide how to use public dollars.
Below is an interactive map highlighting 12 key indicators in Montana. These county profiles make it easy for users to track data across different domains of child well-being within a local community. To download a PDF of a county profile, click the “Download the PDF” button. If you don’t see an indicator on the county profile that is of interest to your work, more county-level data is available on the KIDS COUNT Data Center. If you have difficulty locating data or information, please contact us with questions.
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