About Our Communities

About Our Communities

CHS serves children and families throughout California, with seven CHS offices dedicated to providing high-quality programs to those in need. Learn more about communities we serve and their unique needs.

Click on a star or a County name to read about vital statistics and learn more about our communities. For more information on the programs and services, click on the links after each county.

Sutter and
Yuba Counties
Yolo
Alameda
Ventura
Los Angeles
Orange
San Diego

Sutter County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 25%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 36%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 57.1%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 20%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 36%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 9%

Yuba County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 23%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 45.3%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 58.8%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 22%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 36%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 14%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

Yolo County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 37%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 34.5%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 55.8%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 13%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 53%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 12%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 55%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

Alameda County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 32%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 29.6%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 40.5%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 18%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 55%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 21%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 70%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

Ventura County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 27%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 26.4%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 42.4%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 22%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 50%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 8%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 73%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

Los Angeles County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 23%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 34.9%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 55.4%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 28%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 12%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 53%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 55%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

Orange County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 25%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 27.3%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 52.5%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 18%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 49%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 9%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 63%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard

San Diego County

Availability of Child Care for Potential Demand (2012)* 31%

Children Without Secure Parental Employment (2013)* 32%

Children 2-11 Who Eat 5 or More Servings of Fruit or Vegetables Daily (2011-12)* 51.7%

Children 0-5 Living in Poverty in 2012* 19%

3- and 4-Year Olds Who Attend Preschool* 48%

Low-Income Children Who Have Access to State-Funded After School Programs* 13%

Children 0-5 Who Are Read to Every Day* 69%

*Source is the 2014-2015 California County Scorecard
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