Check out this his interactive mapping tool that reflects the community factors associated with safe children and strong families. Data and indicators can be mapped at geographic levels defined by the user from the state level to the neighborhood level (by census tract).
These factors include
- child and family well-being (children living in poverty and children without health insurance),
- educational attainment, economic status (unemployment rate, poverty rate, and median household income),
- housing factors (average number of hours working at minimum wage needed to afford housing, and
- percentage of unoccupied housing units), accessibility (access to healthy food, number of SNAP benefit recipients, computer access, and reduced/free lunch eligibility), and
- COVID-19 metrics (through November 2, but continuously updated).