Teen deaths in the Virgin Islands
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Definitions: The number of deaths from accident, homicide or suicide among teenagers between ages 15 and 19, and the rate per 100,000 in this age group.
Virgin Islands Department of Health.
Population data sourced from annual Virgin Islands Community Surveys.
NOTE: In the absence of a VICS report for 2011, population data for 2011 are from the 2010 U.S. Census.
Footnotes: Data for St.John is included with St.Thomas.
Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands
- Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands
- 5150 Dronningens Gade
- Suite #1
- St.Thomas, VI 00802
Anna Scarbriel, DirectorUSVI KIDS COUNT is an initiative of the Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI). Funded by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, KIDS COUNT tracks the status of children state by state in the US and in participating US territories. Our mission is to ensure the highest quality of life for both the present and future generations in the U.S Virgin Islands. Gathering data from local agencies and organizations, and drawing from the Virgin Islands Community Survey, CFVI has compiled and published the USVI KIDS COUNT Data Book report annually since 2000. Through KIDS COUNT, CFVI works with community partners towards strategies driven by facts, evidence, analysis, results, and heightened standards of political and public accountability for children and families.
Created to serve donors and non-profit organizations of the US Virgin Islands, CFVI is committed to building a growing collection of permanent funds and using the income to enhance the educational, physical, social, cultural, and environmental well-being of the Territory’s residents. CFVI was established in 1990 with a $500,000 endowment, grown now to over $12 million.
Today, CFVI manages more than 100 named funds, administers scholarships and awards programs, and coordinates the establishment of memorial funds ... awarding approximately $3 million in annual grants, awards, and scholarships throughout the Territory. CFVI is managed by a professional staff and governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of Virgin Islands community leaders.
CFVI is a 501(c)(3)public charity.
For further information please visit our the CFVI website, as well as our site directly related to USVI KIDS COUNT.