Resilience, Risk, and Outcomes: How Wisconsin Stacks Up. Indicator Dashboard 2017.
Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health.
State Resource Statistics
Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health
1 West Wilson Street, Suite 656 P.O. Box 309
Madison, WI 53703-0309
This chart lists 48 indicators in the areas of childhood resilience, childhood risk factors, therapeutic interventions, positive outcomes, and negative outcomes and provides information on national trends and trends in Wisconsin from 2011 to 2017. Positive trends in Wisconsin include and an increase in four-year old kindergarten attendance, spending on health/wellness promotion, youth poverty, availability of psychiatrists and psychologists, foster care placements, juvenile arrests, and teen birth rate. Indicators that show negative trends include maternal stressors during pregnancy, substantiated child abuse or neglect, treatment for depression, high school graduation rate, youth homelessness, and school suspensions and expulsions.
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