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KWIC Indicator:
Children and Youth Receiving Supplemental Security Income

number and percent children/youth ages birth-19 years

 

 

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Region [+] Create Custom Regions number percent   number percent Trend
New York State 98,338 2.0   101,436 2.1 Up
New York City 53,792 2.7   55,406 2.8 Up
   Bronx County 19,286 4.6   20,344 4.9 Up
   Kings County 16,999 2.6   17,089 2.6  
   New York County 7,020 2.6   7,193 2.6  
   Queens County 8,228 1.6   8,300 1.6  
   Richmond County 2,259 1.9   2,480 2.1 Up
Rest of State 44,546 1.5   45,682 1.6 Up
Albany County 1,499 2.1   1,434 2.0 Down
Allegany County 221 1.6   224 1.7 Up
Broome County 1,237 2.5   1,304 2.8 Up
Cattaraugus County 413 1.9   417 2.0 Up
Cayuga County 362 1.9   359 1.9  
Chautauqua County 863 2.5   887 2.7 Up
Chemung County 703 3.2   711 3.2  
Chenango County 328 2.6   314 2.6  
Clinton County 430 2.2   414 2.3 Up
Columbia County 264 1.8   260 1.9 Up
Cortland County 195 1.5   215 1.7 Up
Delaware County 181 1.6   167 1.5 Down
Dutchess County 831 1.1   905 1.2 Up
Erie County 4,969 2.2   5,177 2.4 Up
Essex County 168 2.0   161 2.0  
Franklin County 250 2.0   238 2.0  
Fulton County 429 3.1   418 3.2 Up
Genesee County 216 1.4   201 1.4  
Greene County 215 2.0   189 1.8 Down
Hamilton County *8 *0.9   *8 *1.0 Up
Herkimer County 300 1.8   307 2.0 Up
Jefferson County 484 1.5   462 1.4 Down
Lewis County 119 1.6   113 1.6  
Livingston County 227 1.4   228 1.4  
Madison County 237 1.2   253 1.4 Up
Monroe County 4,881 2.5   5,236 2.8 Up
Montgomery County 362 2.8   420 3.3 Up
Nassau County 2,095 0.6   2,069 0.6  
Niagara County 964 1.8   1,030 2.0 Up
Oneida County 1,413 2.4   1,526 2.7 Up
Onondaga County 3,269 2.6   3,309 2.8 Up
Ontario County 371 1.4   400 1.5 Up
Orange County 1,312 1.2   1,421 1.3 Up
Orleans County 184 1.7   188 1.8 Up
Oswego County 686 2.1   699 2.2 Up
Otsego County 251 1.7   268 1.8 Up
Putnam County 100 0.4   102 0.4  
Rensselaer County 825 2.1   924 2.4 Up
Rockland County 625 0.7   722 0.7  
St. Lawrence County 536 1.8   559 1.9 Up
Saratoga County 518 0.9   534 1.0 Up
Schenectady County 1,051 2.6   1,143 2.9 Up
Schoharie County 102 1.3   84 1.1 Down
Schuyler County 80 1.8   70 1.7 Down
Seneca County 166 2.0   155 1.9 Down
Steuben County 636 2.5   600 2.4 Down
Suffolk County 3,122 0.8   3,245 0.8  
Sullivan County 425 2.2   465 2.5 Up
Tioga County 250 1.9   243 1.9  
Tompkins County 296 1.1   256 1.0 Down
Ulster County 607 1.4   598 1.5 Up
Warren County 269 1.8   278 1.9 Up
Washington County 289 1.9   306 2.1 Up
Wayne County 444 1.8   490 2.1 Up
Westchester County 2,572 1.0   2,751 1.1 Up
Wyoming County 119 1.2   112 1.2  
Yates County 105 1.5   113 1.6 Up

Created August 30, 2015 11:52 AM EST


Notes:

  • Children residing in Office of Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities/Office of Mental Health (OMRDD/OMH) facilities or OMH foster care are not assigned to a county or New York City and are therefore, not included in totals for the counties for New York City or for Rest of State. However, they are included in the State total. As a result, the state total will be greater than the combined total for all counties and New York City.
  • For the years 1993-2007, the denominator was recalculated in 2008 and the revised rates were posted on KWIC in January 2009. The numerators remained the same.
  • Percentages reflect children/youth ages birth-19 years receiving Supplemental Security Income.
  • To calculate rates of participation, Census Bureau estimates of the total number of children in each county for the respective year were used.
  • * Rates are not stable when the number is less than 20.

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