Oregon Child Integrated Dataset

African American couple carry their male and female children on their backs through a meadow.

The Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID) is a resource for the state’s policymakers and community leaders to improve outcomes for Oregon’s children and families. OCID integrates data from across state agencies, providing a powerful cross-program, longitudinal view of the well-being of children in Oregon. OCID serves as an objective, nonpartisan data resource for answering questions, generating ideas, and advancing collective accountability for the well-being of Oregon’s children.

A publicly available Child Well-being Dashboard is the flagship of OCID. The Dashboard is continually updated with key indicators of the well-being of Oregon’s children throughout their development. Additional targeted analyses use OCID data to help Oregon’s policymakers and community leaders better understand the factors and interactions shown in the Dashboard.

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