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Madison County United

In the most recent Kids Count State Report released by the Tennessee Commission on Children and Youth (TCCY), Madison County ranked 95th out of all 95 counties for overall child wellbeing. While this is a sobering wake-up call for the community, it can also serve as a catalyst for improvement.

The Madison Co. State of the Child Summit recordings are now available. If you missed this event, we encourage you to watch these videos below to further your understanding of how you can better serve our future leaders within our community. Only together can we create positive change that endures for the next generation. #MadisonCountyUnited

The Kids Count Report by Richard Kennedy and the Madison Co. Profile by Rose Naccarato

Cooperating After the Friday Night Game by David Hayes

Family, Community & Health Panel Discussion

Adverse Childhood Experiences by Dr. Elly Riley

Education & Economic Wellbeing Panel Discussion and Call to Action

 

Ways to Get Involved

TCCY Knowledge Mobilization Team

Jackson Equity Project Education Committee

Madison County Health Council

A Step Ahead Empowered Teen Council

TN Suicide Prevention Network

TN Achieves

The READ Team

SWAG (Sisters With Aspiring Goals)

Keep My Hood Good

The Salvation Army

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Boys & Girls Club

Handle With Care

Youth Rising

Jackson-Madison County Schools Parent Engagement

Boy Scouts

Girl Scouts

Carl Perkins Center

CASA

Hands Up! Preschool

Madison County Imagination Library

STAR Center

I-CARE

The Hub Club


 

This event was sponsored by TCCY, United Way of West Tennessee, West Tennessee Healthcare, Child Care Resource & Referral, the Union University School of Social Work, The Jackson Chamber of Commerce, the Jackson Madison County African American Chamber of Commerce, West Tennessee Legal Services, Jackson Parks and Recreation, the Jackson Equity Project, and the Jackson Anti-Poverty Task Force.

Our Impact This Year

  • Agency Partners

    62

  • Programs Funded

    80

  • 2020-2021 Dollars Raised

    $1,766,000

  • People Helped

    81,493

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