Oregon’s data-driven resource on the well-being of the state’s children
The Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID) is a resource for the state’s policymakers and community leaders to improve outcomes for Oregon’s children and families. OCID integrates data from across state agencies, providing a powerful cross-program, longitudinal view of the well-being of children in Oregon. OCID serves as an objective, nonpartisan data resource for answering questions, generating ideas, and advancing collective accountability for the well-being of Oregon’s children.
What can Oregonians expect from OCID?
- The publicly available Child Well-being Dashboard is the flagship project of OCID. Over time, the Dashboard will be updated with additional key indicators of the well-being of Oregon’s children throughout their development.
- Targeted analyses using OCID data to help Oregon’s policymakers and community leaders better understand the factors and interactions shown in the Dashboard.
A message from the Governor
Welcome to the Oregon Child Integrated Dataset (OCID). This innovative data resource will help policymakers and state agencies work together more effectively to ensure all Oregon children have the opportunity to grow, thrive, and reach their full potential.
Explore the OCID Child Well-being Dashboard
Investigate a selection of health, educational, and social service indicators on child well-being using geographic, demographic and cross-program attributes. The OCID Child Well-being Dashboard allows you to explore interactions, investigate trends, and formulate key questions for research.
OCID’s indicators of child well-being span from pregnancy and birth through high school. More indicators are added to the Dashboard throughout the year.
Visit the Child Well-being Dashboard to learn more and explore the data!
OCID’s strengths and limitations
- Objective and nonpartisan
- Longitudinal and cross-program, including all children born in Oregon since 2001
- Unique to Oregon
To learn more about this project, visit About OCID
- Currently only Oregon-born children are included;
does not reflect the full diversity in Oregon
- Cannot be used as a standalone source for
state agency data, but rather as a companion
For more details, read our Frequently Asked Questions.