Raising the Village is an initiative of the Toronto Child & Family Network (TC&FN).
Explore data about Toronto’s children and families
What factors influence child and family well-being
Discover resources and actions for improving
child and family well-being
Raising the Village Reports
Mesurer le bien-être des enfants et des familles à Toronto: Établir des Résultats Communs
Raising the Village FAQ
Below are a number of frequently asked questions about Raising the Village. If you have any additional questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Toronto has 140 neighbourhoods. You can search by address or place and view a listing of all neighbourhoods here.
For information about the process for choosing the outcomes please refer to the Developing Shared Outcomes report.
The Toronto Child & Family Network (TC&FN) brings together the many systems and leaders that affect the lives of children and families including: Education, Health, Children's Aid, Public Health, Mental Health, Special Needs, Child Care, Family Support, Library, Recreation, and major funders. To learn more about the TC&FN please visit their webpage.
Raising the Village outcomes are considered population outcomes. This means they apply to the entire population of children and families in Toronto. The data we use to analyze these outcomes are at the population level rather than an individual level. Population outcomes can be distinguished from program outcomes, which focus on the impact that a particular program has on its participants. If the data is population level and relevant to the child and family outcomes, please contact email@example.com
The data used in Raising the Village comes from a number of our partners around the Toronto Child & Family Network. None of the data is being collected solely for Raising the Village. This is data that is collected to inform policy and planning for various organizations that are part of the child and family system.
Information about all data sources is available on our Data Sources page.
We do! Raising the Village is meant to be a resource for the community to inform planning and decision making. If you have a team of staff that would like to be trained in person on how this data could be used to inform their work, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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