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Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England honors Leading Women

PROVIDENCE – Six prominent women, including business and nonprofit leaders, and one elected official, were honored by the Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England...

Paige Clausius-Parks named new executive director of R.I. KIDS COUNT

PROVIDENCE - Rhode Island KIDS COUNT has named Paige Clausius-Parks as new executive director effective Dec. 1, the board of directors announced on Tuesday. Clausius-Parks...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report highlighting the mental health crisis among children and calls on the state to take action.

R.I. KIDS COUNT calls on state to address mental health crisis...

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island KIDS COUNT on Monday released a new report that calls on the state to immediately address the mental health crisis...
ELIZABETH BURKE BRYANT will step down as Rhode Island KIDS COUNT's executive director by the end of the year after leading the organization since its inception in 1994. / PBN FILE PHOTO/RUPERT WHITELEY

Longtime KIDS COUNT leader Burke Bryant to step down

PROVIDENCE – The only executive director in Rhode Island KIDS COUNT’s history will step away from the organization by the end of the year. KIDS...

R.I. KIDS COUNT calls for better data collection to identify ethnic...

PROVIDENCE – In its latest policy brief, titled “Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Children’s Economic Well-Being in Rhode Island,” Rhode Island KIDS COUNT is...
A POLICY BRIEFING RELEASED ON TUESDAY, Nov. 30, 2021, by R.I KIDS COUNT called “Housing Instability and Homelessness Among Rhode Island Children” stated that housing insecurity remains high in Rhode Island. / PHOTO COURTESY RI KIDS COUNT

Survey: 28% of Rhode Island renters struggle to pay housing bills

PROVIDENCE – While one in five apartment dwellers throughout the U.S. can't pay their landlords on time, the situation is even worse in Rhode...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT released Monday its annual Factbook, which highlights that the COVID-19 pandemic had devastating impacts on children and families' economic outlook.

R.I. KIDS COUNT Factbook: Pandemic had ‘devastating’ impacts on children, families

PROVIDENCE – The COVID-19 pandemic has had “devastating” impacts on children and families’ economic well-being, physical and mental health, safety, access to education and...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT released Thursday a new report stating that the COVID-19 pandemic will increase child food insecurity rates in Rhode Island to as high as 29%.

R.I. KIDS COUNT: Pandemic worsens child food insecurity rate in R.I.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released Thursday its latest report on child hunger and nutrition in the Ocean State that found food insecurity...
NEW DATA FROM Rhode Island KIDS COUNT shows that more middle-school and high-school students are using e-cigarettes, while regular cigarette use has declined. / COURTESY RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT

R.I. KIDS COUNT: E-cigarette usage among youth higher than traditional cigarette...

PROVIDENCE – New data from Rhode Island KIDS COUNT released Friday shows that a higher rate of middle-school and high-school students are using e-cigarettes...
RHODE ISLAND KIDS COUNT'S latest Factbook, released Tuesday, stated that about 18% of children ages 18 and younger lived in poverty, which increased by a little more than 1% from 2017.

R.I. KIDS COUNT: Annual Factbook shows slight increase in child poverty,...

PROVIDENCE – After back-to-back years of decreases in the amount of children living in poverty, Rhode Island saw a slight increase in 2018, Rhode...
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