Report cards are valuable tools used to measure and monitor the well-being of populations. The 2019 Live Well
San Diego Report Card on Children, Families, and Community builds toward the vision of Live Well San Diego
to create a region that is building better health, living safely, and thriving for all residents in San Diego County.
This report documents the status of health, safety, and well-being of children, families, and communities in San
Diego County, California.

In 1999, the Children’s Initiative and the San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) collaborated in forming a county wide, after school grant application to the California Department of Education...

2017 Live Well San Diego Report Card on Children, Families, and Community

2016-17 San Diego Expanded Learning Consortium Annual Report

2017 Report Card Executive Summary

2017 Report Card - References and Data Sources

2015-16 San Diego Expanded Learning Consortium Annual Report

2015 - San Diego County Report Card on Children & Families

2015 - Report Card Executive Summary

2015 - Report Card Appendices

2014-2015 - San Diego After School Consortium Annual Report

2008 - Juvenile Justice Multiagency Plan

Although minority youth account for about one-third of the U.S. juvenile population, they comprise two thirds
of the juvenile detention/corrections population. Disproportionate minority contact and confinement
has far-reaching consequences not only for these young offenders but for society as a whole.

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Operations Director


The mission of the Children’s Initiative is to help San Diego County’s low-income children, youth and families thrive and prosper.  For more than 20 years, the Children’s Initiative has served as an advocate and custodian for effective policies, programs, and services that support the education, health, safety and well-being of children and families in San Diego County.




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San Diego, CA 92123

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