In 2015, 15 Minnesota counties were characterized as having high cumulative risk of negative outcomes for young children.
The 15 economic, health, and family stability risk factors used to identify these counties are:
Economic— births to mother with less than a high school degree; children under age 18 without a working parent; children under age 6 living in poverty.
Health— teen birth rate; inadequate prenatal care; low-weight births; infant mortality rate; children under age 6 without health care coverage; and lack of immunizations
Family stability— child mobility; maltreatment reports filed; and children under age 6 in foster care.
This document (.xlsx) provides the indicator data in table format.