Zero to Three releases statistical snapshot of Michigan infants, toddlers

Zero to Three, a national, nonprofit organization that informs, trains, and supports professionals, policymakers, and parents in their efforts to improve the lives of infants and toddlers, has released a statistical snapshot of infants and toddlers in Michigan.

Called “Michigan’s 362,499 Infants, Toddlers and their Families,” the report paints a troubling picture of the state’s youngest citizens. Among the report’s findings:

• Michigan ranks 30th among all states for child well-being.
• 50% of Michigan infants and toddlers live in low-income families, compared to the national average of 46 percent.
• 10% live with unemployed parents.
• 34% live with a single parent.
• 62% have at least one risk factor known to increase the chance of poor health, school, and developmental outcomes.
• 29% of Michigan’s maltreated children are under age 3.

To view the entire report, click here.
 

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