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The Missouri Family and Community Trust (FACT), is the official Annie E. Casey (AECF) KIDS COUNT® partner in Missouri. FACT promotes and supports collaboration and innovation in service delivery for Missouri’s children and families through its network of 20 “community partnerships” around the state. ARCHS is the St. Louis region’s state designated community partnership.

As St. Louis' KIDS COUNT® partner, ARCHS provides funding, resources, and expertise to enhance designated education and social service initiatives that focus on early childhood, K-12, and family and community activities.

ARCHS values and promotes the sharing and dissemination of research and data to help support the work of St. Louis area organizations. ARCHS maintains this directory of resources to promote data informed decision making that both informs policy, and improves the service delivery of education and social service programs.

Please keep us informed of additional data sources or inactive links.
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Most Recent Missouri KIDS COUNT® Data:

-2018 Missouri Data Book
-2017 Missouri Profile
-2016 Missouri Data Book
-Special Reports

State Data Resources:

-Missouri KIDS COUNT
-Missouri DESE
-Missouri FACT
-Missouri Foundation for Health
-Missouri MERIC
-State of Missouri
-University of Missouri - OSEDA

Regional Data Resources:

-Child Care Aware of Missouri
-City of St. Louis Department of Health
-East-West Gateway Council of Governments
-Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
-Gateway Center for Giving
-Illinois KIDS COUNT
-Maternal, Child & Family Health Coalition
-Neighborhood Data Gateway
-Open Data STL
Ready by 21 St. Louis
-Saint Louis Mental Health Board
-Saint Louis University
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
-St. Charles County
-St. Louis County Children's Service Fund
-St. Louis County Department of Health
-St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
-St. Louis Metropolitan Research Exchange
-St. Louis Public Library
-St. Louis Regional Chamber
-St. Louis Regional Data Exchange
-St. Louis Regional Health Commission
-University of Missouri-St. Louis
-Vision for Children at Risk
-Washington University in St. Louis

National Data Resources:

-Annie E. Casey Foundation
-Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics
-U.S. Census Bureau