Below are links to additional data resources from our partner agencies, which include data aligned with and/or relevant to the Countywide Prevention Metrics.
First 5 Impact Framework

First 5 LA: Impact Framework

First 5 LA is working to ensure that all children in LA County will enter kindergarten ready to succeed in school and life by 2028. To accomplish this, First 5 LA is developing an Impact Framework — a tool to show how their program, policy and advocacy work contributes to better outcomes for all children. The Impact Framework will help track and monitor those outcomes and ensure First 5 LA remains responsive to the needs of LA County’s children.

Children's Data Network (CDN)

The Children’s Data Network is a data and research collaborative focused on the linkage and analysis of administrative records. In partnership with public agencies, philanthropic funders, and community stakeholders, CDN seeks to generate knowledge and advance evidence-rich policies that will improve the health, safety, and well-being of our children. 
CDN's Charting the Pathway for Children in Los Angeles County draws on work underway by the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS), in partnership with CDN, to link records across major CHHS programs. This report is based on a Los Angeles-specific longitudinal cohort analysis of linked records for 2015-2018 available through the CHHS record reconciliation. In addition to information on demographics and program enrollment, CDN conducted additional analyses to explore the characteristics and public service interactions of babies born in LA who were 1) enrolled in Medi-Cal and 2) had an open case for Child Welfare Services.

L.A. Compact

The L.A. Compact is a bold commitment by Los Angeles leaders from the education, business, government, labor and nonprofit sectors to transform education outcomes from cradle to career, ensuring that today’s youth have the skills necessary to complete and succeed in a 21st century global workforce. 


UNITE-LA is a nonprofit organization that leads collaborative education reform efforts, promotes business-education partnerships, expands college access and provides workforce development opportunities for youth in the Los Angeles area to ensure underserved youth have the opportunity to participate in Los Angeles' 21st century economy.

Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) School Experience Survey (SES)

The School Experience Survey is an annual survey administered in the fall to all LAUSD schools. Survey results provide schools with important feedback from teachers, staff, students and parents.

L.A. County Women, Infant, and Children (WIC) Data

In Los Angeles County, the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) reaches the majority of low-income pregnant women and children under 5, providing nutritious food, nutrition education, breastfeeding support and referrals to health and social services. The L.A. County WIC Data Mining Research Partnership between PHFE WIC and First 5 LA aims to address a critical gap in information about low-income families in L.A. County. All seven Local Agency WIC Programs serving WIC participants in L.A. County participate in the partnership.

LA Best Babies Network (LABBN)

LA Best Babies Network coordinates the work of organizations that are dedicated to improving the health of pregnant women, newborns and their families. Launched as part of First 5 LA’s Healthy Births Initiative — and based at Dignity Health - California Hospital Medical Center — the Network works to ensure that high-quality perinatal care and social support are available to all families throughout Los Angeles County.