The following are links to reports which provide data on demographics and health status for American Indian/Alaska Native children:
Demographic/ Economic Data
HHS Profile: American Indian/Alaska Native
This section provides an overview of demographics, language fluency (where relevant), education, economics, insurance coverage, health and full census reports for specific racial and ethnic populations in the United States.
CNAY State of Native Youth Report, 2020
Report highlights Native youth priorities including citizenship and sovereignty, health and wellness, education and jobs, sacred sites and waterways, and systems involving youth. This report serves as a resource and roadmap to help decrease barriers and increase opportunity for Native youth.
American Indian and Alaska Native Data
Brief summary of data on American Indians/Alaska Natives is released each year during American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month.
American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month is observed in the United States in November to celebrate and pay tribute to the rich ancestry and traditions of Native peoples. It honors the vast contributions and achievements, past and present, by this nation’s original inhabitants and of their descendants.
CDC Advancing Health Equity, Eliminating Health Disparities, and Improving Population Health, 2021
Preventing Chronic Disease collection examines key factors that affect health and lead to health disparities in the United States by reporting practical scientific research, programs, and policy efforts to improve the health of communities.
HHS Office of the Administration for Children & Families, Childhood Maltreatment 2019
Report presents national data about child abuse and neglect known to child protective services agencies in the United States during 2019.
NIH American Indian and Alaska Native Health
An information portal to find links to health issues that affect American Indians and Alaska Natives.
CDC Injury Prevention & Control
Native communities work with the support of CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (Injury Center) to prevent injuries, the leading cause of death for American Indians and Alaska Natives (AIAN) between the ages of 1 and 54. Discussed topics include adverse childhood experience, opioid overdose, suicide prevention, motor vehicle, The Star Collection, and violence against AIAN people.
American Academy of Pediatrics