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Prince William County reported 7.4 teen pregnancies per 1,000 females aged 15-17 (measurement period 2017 Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics 2019).

Manassas City reported 30.4 teen pregnancies per 1,000 females aged 15-17 (measurement period 2017 Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics 2019).

7.7% of babies were low birth (measurement period 2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics 2019).

 

1.7% of babies very low birth weight (measurement period 2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics 2019).

The Infant Mortality Rate across Prince William is 3.3 per 1,000 births (measurement period 2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics)

When broken down by race, the infant mortality is 2.1 per 1,000 white women, 1.1 per 1,000 “other”, and 9.2 per 1,000 black women (measurement period 2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics 2019).

 

 

465,345 people live in Prince William County (Prince William County Government (2019). Standard Data Dictionary: Version 2019).

6.95% live below the Poverty Line (U.S. Census Bureau, measurement period 2013-2017 American Community Survey, 2019).

1.6% of households receive cash public assistance income (measurement period 2013-2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics).

30.5% of households are asset limited, income constrained and employed (ALICE) measurement period 2016, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics, 2019).

2.4% of households receive supplemental security income (measurement period 2013-2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics).

70.7% households receive SNAP with children (measurement period 2013-2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics, 2019).

11.2% of Prince William County residents with a disability live in poverty (measurement period 2013-2017, Virginia Department of Health, Division of Health Statistics).

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