The Illinois Risk and Reach Report presents a set of curated data indicators representing risk factors that undermine optimal child development, and compares them to the reach of publicly funded programs and services that support early childhood well-being.
This analysis is conducted at the county level with the intention of understanding the extent to which programs and services for young children and their families are reaching communities in need of support. Read more about the process. »
The interactive map below shows indicators reported at the county level. Data on developmental screening is reported by ZIP code. To learn more about developmental screening, please refer to the printed Illinois Risk and Reach Report.
Participation rate estimation results in some counties having a participation rate over 100 percent. These values are marked with an asterisk (*). This is likely a result of sampling variability in the ACS data used to estimate the number of eligible individuals in those counties.
50% of Poverty
100% of Poverty
200% of Poverty
Child Care Cost
Drug Over Dose Deaths
Child Care Subsidy
Mental Health Services
Prenatal Care Utilization
Third Grade Proficiency: Language
Third Grade Proficiency: Math
High-Quality Child Care
Early Childhood Special Education
Publicly Funded Preschool
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