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not limited to vital statistics, the 2004 BRFSS survey, N.C. Communicable Disease Control Branch reports, N.C. County Health Data Book, U.S. Census American Fact Finder, N.C. Child Advocacy Institute, N.C. Child Fatality Task Force. The data in this report is not to be relied on for actual assessment activities because of various limitations including: different time periods for data collections and a small number of events during the reported time period. These factors subject the results to chance variation. Longer time periods of data collection are required before inferences can be made. For a full discussion of the issues and up-to- date data, refer to the report of the North Carolina State Center of Health Statistics, . Resources for Community Assessment Advocates for Youth Cecil G. Sheps Center for Health Services Research – University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Center for Disease Control and Prevention – STD Surveillance 2004 Center for Health Services Research and Development, East Carolina University CLIKS: community-Level Information for Kids Employment Security commission of North Carolina – Labor & Wage Unit, Labor Market Information Division Environmental Defense Fund Geographic.org Guttmacher Institute Institute of Research in Social Science at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Log into North Carolina (LINK) North Carolina Child Advocacy Institute 15
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North Carolina Child Fatality Task Force North Carolina Communicable Disease Control North Carolina Crime Statistics North Carolina Department of Agriculture North Carolina Department of Commerce North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services – Division of Medical Assistance North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services – HIV/STD Prevention & Care Branch North Carolina Department of Public Instruction North Carolina Department of Transportation Public Transportation Division North Carolina Division of Public Health – Oral Health Section North Carolina Division of Public Health – Women’s and Children’s Health Section North Carolina Employment Security Commission North Carolina Office of State Planning
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