Community Well-Being Data
See the state of child well-being in Thurston County below. All data comes from the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services, the Nebraska Department of Education, the Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Crimial Justice, the US Census Bureau and the County Health Rankings and Roadmap Program. Population analysis by CPAR at UNO.
Nebraska Children's investments in Thurston County
Communities for Kids - supporting the creation and implementation of solutions to strengthen the current child care workforce and address child care shortages
Child Abuse Prevention Council (Wakefield Family Resource Center) serving Burt, Cedar, Cuming, Dakota, Dixon, Knox, Thurston and Wayne Counties.
Past Nebraska Children and Families Foundation Grants:
- Omaha Nation Community Response Team - Huthuga Project, Strengthening Family Relationships, Omaha Tribe Family Preservation Project, Family Violence Prevention Program
- Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska Family Preservation
Sixpence Early Learning Program
UMON’HON partnership is between UMON’HON Nation Public Schools, Umon’Hon Nation WIC, Umon’Hon Nation Tribal Council, Educational Service Unit #1, and Four Hills of Life Wellness Center, Bright Futures AmeriCorps, Omaha Tribe Head Start, and Indian Relief Fund. Endowment funds are being used to provide center-based care for an children age 0-3 and their teen parents.
The Walthill partnership is between Walthill Public Schools, Educational Service Unit #1, Little Bluejays Head Start, and the Community Library Literacy Program. Endowment funds are being used to provide center-based care for children age 0-3 and their teen parents.