Children living in poverty in Georgia
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Children living in poverty
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Definitions: The number and percentage of children age under age 18 who are living in families with income below the federal poverty level.
United States Census 2000, U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, SF3, Tables P87 and P159A,B,H. For 2001 and later: United States Census Bureau, Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE). https://www.census.gov/program-surveys/saipe.html
Footnotes: Poverty is determined based on income received during the prior year. Poverty thresholds differ by family size and are updated annually for inflation using the Consumer Price Index.
Georgia Family Connection Partnership
Georgia Family Connection Partnership (GaFCP) is a public/private partnership that supports 159 Family Connection county collaborative organizations across the state and serves as a resource to state agencies in improving conditions for Georgia's children and families.Learn More
- Georgia Family Connection Partnership
- 235 Peachtree Street, Suite 1600
- Atlanta, GA 30303
- Gaye Morris Smith
- Executive Director, Georgia Family Connection Partnership