The Scorecard provides a comprehensive picture of children's well-being, tracking 26 indicators over time, by race/ethnicity and relative to other California counties.

How does the well-being of children living in Modoc County compare with the well-being of children in other counties?

The graphic above indicates how children in Modoc County are faring compared to children in 57 other counties. The 2,103 children living in Modoc County are in the bottom third (red) of performance on 6 indicators, the middle third (yellow) on 8 indicators, and the top third (green) on 10 indicators of children's well-being. The remaining 2 indicators (white) have no available data.

Compare how all counties are performing on 26 indicators of children's well-being

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Is the well-being of children in Modoc County improving over time?
The well-being of children in Modoc County is getting worse on 3 indicators, staying the same on 3 indicators, and improving on 16 indicators of children's well-being.

HOW TO USE THE SCORECARD

  • Click on any indicator title to view the county's performance on that indicator relative to other similar counties in terms of population density (i.e., rural or urban) and per capita income of families with children (i.e., low, middle and high income).
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Indicator   Tercile   Race
      Bottom Middle Top Trend   Latino White African American Asian Other
     Range 48% |-----------------| 85%              
1. Children who report "very good" to "excellent health" status         76% +13%   58% 86% NA NA NA
      82% |-----------------| 99%              
2. Children who have health insurance       91%   +6%   97% 88% NA NA 97%
      76% |-----------------| 94%              
3. Children who see a dentist regularly         91% +13%   86% 94% NA NA 87%
      13% |-----------------| 85%              
4. Newborns who are breastfed exclusively while in the hospital       64%   -22%   NA 71% NA NA NA
      44% |-----------------| 100%              
5. Children who have asthma that does not require an Emergency Room visit         95% +19%   NA 93% NA NA NA
      62% |-----------------| 76%              
6. Middle and high school students who are not at risk for depression         76% +4%   NA 78% NA NA 75%
      61% |-----------------| 80%              
7. Children who are in a healthy weight zone       70%   +8%   64% 75% NA NA NA
      63% |-----------------| 95%              
8. Children who live within walking distance to a park, playground or open space       75%   +6%   67% 76% NA NA NA
      0% |-----------------| 35%              
9. Schools that have a school nurse or health center     0%     NA   NA NA NA NA NA
      57% |-----------------| 82%              
10. Adolescents who feel connected to an adult         82% +9%   NA 85% NA NA 79%
      35% |-----------------| 58%              
11. Elementary and middle school students who are supervised by an adult after school     42%     -14%   NA NA NA NA NA
      60% |-----------------| 87%              
12. Elementary and middle school students who feel safe in their school         75% +14%   NA NA NA NA NA
      25% |-----------------| 46%              
13. High school students who feel safe and have not been victimized at school         35% +6%   NA 33% NA NA 33%
      54% |-----------------| 93%              
14. Children who are safe on and around roads     NA     NA   NA NA NA NA NA
      78% |-----------------| 100%              
15. Children who have no report of maltreatment within six months of an initial report     89%     +7%   NA 92% NA NA NA
      46% |-----------------| 76%              
16. Adolescents who are substance-free         68% +13%   NA 72% NA NA 48%
      72% |-----------------| 100%              
17. Children and youth who are safe from homicide     NA     NA   NA NA NA NA NA
      78% |-----------------| 100%              
18. Youth who are arrested but not for violent crimes         100% +17%   NA NA NA NA NA
      53% |-----------------| 91%              
19. Women who receive prenatal care by the end of the first trimester       80%   +4%   NA 83% NA NA NA
      69% |-----------------| 100%              
20. Young children who are read to often         96% +20%   NA 100% NA NA NA
      25% |-----------------| 81%              
21. 3- and 4-year-olds who are enrolled in preschool     39%     NA   NA NA NA NA NA
      31% |-----------------| 87%              
22. Children who are not truant     68%     -17%   NA NA NA NA NA
      29% |-----------------| 63%              
23. Children who feel connected to their school       40%   +11%   NA 50% NA NA 32%
      46% |-----------------| 81%              
24. 4th-graders who meet or exceed state standards in English Language Arts       58%   +45%   36% 71% NA NA NA
      13% |-----------------| 77%              
25. 8th-graders who are enrolled in Algebra       51%   +337%   60% 52% NA NA NA
      69% |-----------------| 90%              
26. 10th-graders who pass the English portion of the California High School Exit Exam     69%     -3%   56% 73% NA NA NA
NA - Not Available