Sunday, October 7, 2018

Wisconsin county statistics: Highest and lowest per capita county budget health and human services expenditures

Source:  The Green Book: A book of county facts (Wisconsin Counties Association)

Related reading:
U.S. nonprofits that deliver crucial human services are in dire financial condition.  (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 1/22/2018)
The 211 call center, in a former factory in West Allis, operates around the clock, 365 days a year. It acts as the 911 of social emergencies. During business hours it serves nine counties in southeastern Wisconsin. But as other regional 211 hotlines shut down during evenings, weekends and holidays, the West Allis facility picks up crisis calls from even more distant parts of the state. 
What comes as a surprise to many, according to Impact Inc., which runs the call center, is that it's a non-governmental nonprofit agency that struggles with chronic financial uncertainty.
Counties from Across Wisconsin ExperiencingExtreme Child Protective Services Challenges.  (Wisconsin Counties)

Other Wisconsin counties posts:
Largest and smallest population per district.  (10/5/2018)
Biggest population growth and loss, by percentage.  (10/5/2018)
Largest and smallest percentages of population 65 or older.  (10/5/2018)
Largest and smallest percentages of adults 25 or older with associate's degree.  (10/6/2018)
Highest and lowest per capita county budget expenditures.  (10/7/20180
Highest and lowest per capita county budget highway expenditures.  (10/7/2018)

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