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The Kids Well-being Indicators Clearinghouse (KWIC) project advances the use of indicators of children's health and well-being as tools for policy development, planning, and accountability at the state, county, and community levels by making the necessary data available in a more timely and accessible way.

Working with the New York State Council on Children and Families, CTG developed a well-organized, Web-based, data rich electronic resource that brings existing indicator data and supportive resources together in a publicly accessible information repository, and expands both the kinds of data available and its usefulness for smaller jurisdictions and communities.

This new resource supports users as they gather and use indicator data to assess needs, design and improve programs, and sharpen their focus on outcomes.