There are numerous ways in which laws, social programs and polices can have profound effects on child and family well-being. In this section, we provide snapshots of how Coös children and families are in need of and benefiting from public investments.
Nearly half of Coös students participate in the National School Lunch Program, where they receive free or reduced price school meals.
In 2013, over half of Coös children are enrolled in New Hampshire’s Medicaid and Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP).
Rates for WIC Benefits are significantly higher in Coös than statewide.
Nearly 1/3 of Coös children are enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), commonly known as “Food Stamps.”
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