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Early Childhood Home Visiting - Santa Clara

REFERENCES

1  U.S. Census Bureau, American Fact Finder. Profile of General Population and Housing Characteristics: 2010.   

2  California Department of Public Health, 2013 Birth Statistical Master File.

3  Children Now, as cited in 2016-17 California County Scorecard. 

4  Children Now, as cited in 2016-17 California County Scorecard.

5  California Department of Public Health, 2013 Birth Statistical Master File.

6  California Department of Public Health, County Health Status Profiles, 2015.  Table 24C: Black Infant Mortality California Counties 2010-2012.  

7  FIRST 5 Santa Clara analysis based upon child population and Rice et al (2014): Screening for Developmental Delays Among Young Children — National Survey of Children’s Health, United States, 2007 as published by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/su6302a5.htm

8  Community Child Care Council of Santa Clara; Santa Clara Office of Education

9  SCCOE serves the first 171 dually eligible children and solely low incidence children. SARC serves the 172nd dually eligible child and beyond. No upper limit. Also all children who meet the high-risk criteria.