Maximizing independence and wellness is a key function of county economic development and health and human services programs. Measures indicating the well-being of residents, how many people are productively employed, and how well families, children, and seniors are doing, are just a few examples of statistics representing the health and wealth of a community. Although residents' self-sufficiency and ability to reach a certain standard of living is the goal, it does not mean attaining this level excludes these individuals from using the county services and resources available.

Poverty Rate for Individuals

Infant Mortality Rate

Family Stability

Childhood Obesity

Teen Pregnancy

Tobacco Use

Access to Healthcare

Nursing Home Population

Federally Assisted Lunches