Looking for the basic facts about afterschool such as how many children and youth participate, how many are unsupervised and how afterschool programs benefit children, families and communities? The fact sheets on this website provide an overview of the basic facts used to make the case for afterschool in general and 21st Century Community Learning Centers in particular. http://afterschoolalliance.org/researchFactSheets.cfm
NM Afterschool State Facts http://www.afterschoolalliance.org/policyStateFacts.cfm?state_abbr=NM
To help simplify your search below are some direct links in specific indicator categories.
OSAH the office of the New Mexico Department of Health that works to improve student and adolescent health through integrated school-based or school-linked health services. OSAH also engages in adolescent health promotion and disease prevention activities directly and through collaboration with public and private agencies across New Mexico. OSAH staff guide policy development on school and adolescent health issues and are involved in workforce development and training's for those providing services to New Mexico youth.
Protective Services Publicly Available Data Fact Book: Currently this document is published annually on a calendar year basis. The report contains both quarterly and annual data. http://www.cyfd.org/pdf/factbook_2009.pdf
360 degree County Profiles This comprehensive review of child welfare in New Mexico serves the needs of multiple stakeholder groups and fosters continuous improvement in New Mexico’s child welfare system.
Region 1: San Juan, McKinley, Cibola, Sandoval, Valencia, Torrance
Region 2: Rio Arriba, Taos, Colfax, Union, Mora, Los Alamos, Santa Fe San Miguel, Guadalupe
Region 3: Bernalillo
Region 4: Harding, Quay, Curry, De Baca, Roosevelt, Chavez, Lea, Eddy
Region 5: Catron, Socorro, Lincoln, Sierra, Grant, Hidalgo, Luna, Dona Ana, Otero
Juvenile Justice Services Publications http://www.cyfd.org/node/13
The following publications list Juvenile Justice statistics for the State of New Mexico by demographics, referral/incidents and county.
Fiscal Year 2011: First Quarter - http://www.cyfd.org/pdf/jjs_factbook_fy11q1.pdf
Annual Report 2010: http://www.cyfd.org/pdf/jjs_fy10_annual_report.pdf