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The following agencies and websites contain links to other local, state and national data related to the well-being of children and families.


  • CARES Map Room, Center for Applied Research and Environmental Systems, online tool allows the user to create custom interactive maps. All 50 states are available, but CARES has an extended array of maps and features available for the State of Missouri.
  • CIN, Community Information Network of the City of St. Louis, Under “Neighborhoods” there are maps and information on St. Louis City neighborhoods, history, boundaries, etc.
  • CIN Interactive Mapping Resource/Map Portal – contains maps on census tracts, block groups, neighborhoods and ZIP codes.
  • The East St. Louis Action Research Network Project – Several maps of the City of East St. Louis.
  • East-West Gateway – Source of over 60 regional maps, including Population Density, Poverty, Population Change Forecast, Municipal Boundaries, etc.
  • Illinois Department of Transportation, Roadway Mapping & Graphics Section – regional district and county maps of Illinois, legislative and congressional districts, interactive maps, and St. Louis Metro East maps.
  • Missouri Census Data Center Mapper – includes state maps on census data, school and library districts, and more.
  • MoDOT: St. Louis Area District – detailed street maps of St. Louis City, St. Louis County, St. Charles, Franklin, and Jefferson counties.
  • MSDIS Mapper, UM-Columbia – online tool with maps on census data, political boundaries, aerial photos and satellite images.

State/Local Data

Health-Related and Vital Statistics

  • Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Data, Surveillance Systems & Statistical Reports, contains a variety of data on health-related issues such as emergency room visits, HIV/AIDS, births & deaths, youth tobacco use, etc.
  • Illinois Department of Public Health, Health Statistics, collects and evaluates thousands of health statistics to measure progress toward state and national health objectives. These numbers also provide the basis for developing and implementing public health strategies for disease prevention and health promotion.
  • Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Vital Statistics, contains a variety of data on health-related issues such as births, deaths, and fetal deaths.

School Statistics

Crime Data

Resource Directories

  • 2-1-1 Missouri is a fast, free and confidential way to get help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in Missouri and the Metro East.
  • Community Council of St. Charles County, Community Resource Directory, provides a comprhensive list of the social services available in St. Charles County.
  • Community Service Office, Washington University, St. Louis Non-Profit Agencies, an online, searchable database of non-profit agencies in the St. Louis region.
  • Happenings 4 Youth online directory allows you to search for children’s programs based on criteria such as age of child, gender of child, time of program, type of program, and location of program. There is also an alphabetical list of agencies with links to theri websites.
  • United Way of Greater St. Louis, Directory of Member Agency, allows you to view all the United Way agencies in the St. Louis area by location or service type.

National-Level Data on Children and Families

  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Data & Statistics, provides data and statistics on numerous public health topics and in-depth reports about the health of the American people in general.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Health Statistics, provides statistical information that will guide actions and policies to improve the health of the American people. As the Nation’s principal health statistics agency, NCHS leads the way with accurate, relevant, and timely data.
  •, Forum on Child and Family Statistics, is a working group of Federal agencies that collect, analyze, and report data on issues related to children and families.
  • Child Trends: DataBank provides national statistics and trends on over 100 key indicators of child and youth well-being.
  • Child Trends provides research to improve children’s lives and is a national policy and research center.
  • CYFERNet: Children, Youth and Families Education and Research Network, provides practical research-based information from the nation’s leading universities.
  • contains a program directory for federally funded youth programs.
    • Map My Community: includes a mapping tool to locate federally funded youth programs.
  • KIDS COUNT Datacenter, Annie E. Casey Foundation, contains data on children and families for all 50 states .
  • American Factfinder, a website run by the U.S. Census Bureau, provides census statistics on a variety of geographic levels (city/town, county, ZIP, etc.)
  • U.S. Census Bureau – census data available online.