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Definitions: The number and percent of individual children ages 0-18 participating in MaineCare. These data are reported by state fiscal years (SFY). Children in SFYs 2007-2016 are reported by county of residence at the end of the SFY or the end of the child's participation in the program. Children in SFY 2006 and prior years are reported by county of residence at the time eligibility was determined. Note that the statewide figure for all years includes children who were non-residents, who were out-of-state, or whose residence is unknown. The numerator is the number of children who used MaineCare at any time in the fiscal year and the denominator is the number of children in Maine ages 0 -18.
Footnotes: For 2005-2009 and 2012-17, county/state percentages were calculated using population estimates provided by Maine's Office of Data, Research and Vital Statistics. For 2010 & 2011, county/state percentages were calculated using the 2010 U.S. Census.
Helen Hemminger, Research and KIDS COUNT Associate
The Maine Children's Alliance advocates for sound public policies and promotes best practices to improve the lives of all Maine's children, youth and families.