Statistics on children, youth and families in Wyoming from the Annie E. Casey Foundation and the Wyoming Community Foundation
Teen suicide five-year rate in Wyoming
Teen suicide five-year rate
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Definition and Source
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advocate for the suppression of rates and counts when the number of incidents used to compute the rates, in this case teenage suicide, are small. This is because rates calculated using a small number of incidents tend to be unreliable.
Wyoming Community Foundation
Established in 1989, the Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable 501(c)(3) organization, and one of more than 700 community foundations in the United States. We work with a wide range of donors to create permanent funds to meet critical needs in Wyoming communities. Using investment consultants and managers to grow our funds, the Foundation adds our expertise in community building to grant earnings across the state.Learn More
- Wyoming Community Foundation
- 1472 North 5th Street, Suite 201
- Laramie, WY 82072
- Samin Dadelahi
- 307-721-8300 ext. 23
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