The Seventh Annual Report on Intergenerational Poverty, Welfare Dependency and Public Assistance provides the opportunity to evaluate progress in Utah’s effort to reduce intergenerational poverty among Utah children. With five years of data across multiple governmental systems, the state is better equipped to identify gaps, target resources and measure impacts of implemented strategies. The report continues to provide a roadmap for Utah across public, private, faith-based and community sectors to ensure Utah’s commitment to providing opportunity to all of its residents are intentionally focused on common goals and the analysis of comprehensive data.


The 2016 Report is below: