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									Community Services Planning Council
Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                            Population Projection by Age Group
                                                                Nevada County 2000-2004
                                                                                                      % Change # Change
                                                                    2000            2020      2040    2000-2040 2000-2040
                                         Under 18                  21,193         25,587    29,032          37.0     7,839
                                         18 to 54                  44,563         62,807    74,580          67.4    30,017
                                         55 to 64                  10,564         15,433    17,988          70.3     7,424
• The total population in                65 to 74                   8,331         14,363    11,443          37.4     3,112
Nevada County is projected               85 and Older               1,790          2,261     4,110         129.6     2,320
to increase by 58.7 percent              Total                     86,441        120,451   137,153          58.7    50,712
or 50,712 residents by the
year 2040.

• The “senior” population is          Projected Total Population Increase
projected to have the greatest        Nevada County 2000-2004
percentage increase between
2000 and 2040. The number                                                                     137,153
of residents age 84 and older                                               120,451
is expected to double to
                                              86,441
reach 4,110 by the year
2040.




                                               2000                          2020              2040


                                                                                                 Community Services Planning Council
                                 Source: California Department of Finance
                                                                                                 Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                  Self-Sufficiency Standard Wage by County
                                                        By Selected Family Types 2003
                                                                                              Adult +
                                                    Adult +                 Adult +           Infant +      2 Adults + Infant +
                                                    Infant                  Preschooler       Preschooler      Preschooler
                                         Amador        $12.89                  $13.16            $16.50       $9.81 Per Adult
                                         Colusa        $11.84                  $10.78            $14.67       $9.03 Per Adult
                                         El Dorado     $16.15                  $15.90            $20.76      $11.79 Per Adult
• The top five job
                                         Nevada        $14.88                  $14.18            $18.41      $10.77 Per Adult
occupations with the most
                                         Placer        $16.15                  $15.92            $20.78      $11.80 Per Adult
openings (below) represent
                                         Sacramento    $15.70                  $15.43            $20.21      $11.56 Per Adult
25.6 percent of job openings
                                         Sutter        $11.06                  $10.87            $14.00       $8.59 Per Adult
in Nevada County and the                 Yolo          $14.41                  $15.26            $19.03      $11.08 Per Adult
surrounding area.                        Yuba          $12.19                  $10.50            $14.50       $8.89 Per Adult
                                         Source: The Self-Sufficiency Wage for California, 2003
• The median hourly wage                 National Economic Development and Law Center
for the five jobs listed would
not support a family in
Nevada County based on the
                                 Occupations with the Most Job Openings
2003 Self-Sufficiency            2002-2012
Standard Wage for the family     Occupational Title                                      Job Openings   Median Hourly Wage
types listed.                    Cashiers                                                         1,560        $8.48
                                 Waiters and Waitresses                                           1,010        $7.56
                                 Teacher Assistants                                                 970  No Wage Listed
                                 Combined Food Preparation and
                                 Serving Workers, Including Fast Food                                930           $7.91
                                 Retail Salespersons                                                 910           $9.14
                                 Northern Counties Region
                                 (Colusa, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Plumas, Sierra, Siskiyou, Tehama, and Trinity Counties)
                                                                                                      Community Services Planning Council
                                 Source: Labor Market Information Division
                                                                                                      Community Information, Research and Planning
The Cost of Child Care
Nevada County 2005

•In Nevada County there are an estimated 8,907 children ages 0-13
with parents in the work force and 3,021 licensed child care slots.
Licensed child care is available for 34% of children with parents in
the labor force

• 67 percent of child care slots are provided by child care centers,
33 percent are available in child care homes. Only 3% of child care
slots in centers are allotted for infants.

• For families with one minimum wage earner, making $14,040
annually, child care for one infant in a licensed family child care
home consumes more than half (54%) of the total household
income. For a preschooler in a licensed child care center, 40
percent of household income needed. ($5,638)


                                        Community Services Planning Council
                                        Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                       Type of Current Health Insurance Coverage
                                                        Nevada County 2003 and 2005 Combined

• Nearly half of Nevada
County residents had
                                                  Uninsured                          11.9%
employment-based insurance
coverage in 2003 and 2005.
                                                                    *2.2% Statistically
                                   Healthy Families/CHIP
• One-fifth of residents                                                Unstable
received publicly subsidized
coverage including
Medicaid/Medi-Cal,                     Employment-Based                                                                             46.2%
Medicare, and other publicly
funded coverage.
                                       Privately Purchased                              13.6%
• 11.9 percent were
uninsured and 13.6 percent
privately purchased                     Publicly Subsidized
                                                                                                         26.2%
                                            Coverage
insurance.




                               Source: California Health Interview Survey 2003 and 2005 Combined   Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                                   Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                     Percent of Nevada County Residents
                                                      Diagnosed with Chronic Diseases
                                                        2003 and 2005 Data Combined
According to the 2003 and
2005 California Health         Diagnosed with High
                                                                                                                     24.1%
Interview Survey (CHIS)          Blood Pressure
findings, nearly one-quarter
(24.1%) of Nevada County
Adults had been diagnosed      Diagnosed with Heart
                                                                             7.2%
                                     Disease
with high blood pressure.
• 7.2 percent heart disease
• 3.4 percent diabetes              Diagnosed with
                                                                  3.4%
                                       Diabetes
15.4 percent of Children,
Teens and Adults had been
diagnosed with asthma in            Diagnosed with
                                                                                                  15.4%
2003 and 2005.                         Asthma




                                  Source: California Health Interview Survey 2003 and 2005 Data Combined




                                                                                                  Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                                  Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                  Percent of Respondents “Overweight or Obese”
                                                Nine County Region 2003 and 2005 Data Combined

• In Nevada County (2003                          59.8%
and 2005) 44.6 percent of                                                                                                   56.3%
                                      53.5%
Teens and Adults were found                                   50.6%                  50.2%     51.5%               51.0%            51.4%
                                                                                                         47.6%
to be “overweight or obese”.                                              44.6%

• For the Nine County
Region as a whole the results
were 51.4 percent.


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                                    Source: California Health Interview Survey




                                                                                                       Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                                       Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                              Children, Drugs, and Alcohol
                                                              2005-06 School Year
                                                              Asked of all Students

• 67 percent of 11th grade
students and 51 percent of 9th
grade students reported drug                                                     24%
or alcohol use in their
                                    Drug or Alcohol
“lifetimes.”                        Use in "Lifetime"
                                                                                               51%


• 24 percent of 7th grade                                                                                   67%
students reported using drugs
or alcohol, this was one of
the lowest rates in the Nine
County Region.

• 18 percent of 9th graders         Drive/Passenger
                                                                           18%
and nearly one-third (29%)           After Drinking                                                            7th Grade
                                                                                                               9th Grade
of 11th grade students said                                                           29%
                                                                                                               11th Grade
they had either driven a car
after drinking or had been a
passenger when the driver (a
friend) had been drinking.              Source: California Healthy Kids Survey, 2005-06
Note: This question was not asked
of 7th grade students
                                                                                            Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                            Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                Children, Drugs, and Alcohol
                                                2005-06 School Year
                                                Asked of Students who had Used Drugs or had at Least One Drink

• More than one-third (37%)
of 11th Grade Respondents
reported being “high from                                   4%
using drugs” at least once.
                                High from Using
This is one of the highest                                                         22%                         7th Grade
                                     Drugs
rates in the region, and                                                                                       9th Grade
higher than the State of                                                                            37%        11th Grade
California as a whole
(31%).
• 46 percent of 11th grade
respondents in Nevada
                                                             5%
County reported being “very
drunk or sick” from           Very Drunk or Sick
                                                                                         26%
drinking, compared to 41%       from Drinking
statewide.                                                                                                     46%




                                 Source: California Healthy Kids Survey, 2005-06




                                                                                           Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                           Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                Percent of Students Not in “Healthy Fitness Zone”
                                                        Nevada County Grades 5, 7, and 9
                                                                     2005-06
• Local experts agree that the                                               Grade 5          Grade 7           Grade 9
percent of children who are                                              % Not in Healthy % Not in Healthy % Not in Healthy
not in the “Healthy Fitness      Physical Fitness Tasks
                                                                          Fitness Zone     Fitness Zone      Fitness Zone
Zone” for aerobic capacity       Aerobic Capacity                                     36.7             32.9             27.9
should be less than 20
                                 Body Composition                                     26.4             23.7             18.2
percent.
                                 Abdominal Strength                                   11.0             13.1               6.3
• More than one-third            Trunk Extension Strength                              9.8               5.4              4.6
(36.7%) of 5th grade             Upper Body Strength                                  22.2             20.7             19.6
students, 32.9 percent of 7th    Flexibility                                          25.1             18.8             13.7
grade students and 27.9
                                  Source: California Department of Education
percent of 9th grade students
in Nevada County did not
reach the “healthy fitness
zone” for aerobic capacity in
2005-06.




                                                                                             Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                             Community Information, Research and Planning
                                                Reported Child Abuse Cases with Substantiations
                                                          Nevada County 1998-2005
• In 2005, 16.9 percent of the
                                        Child Population                  Referrals                             Substantiations
total referral calls were
                                        (Ages 0-17)                   Total per 1,000                Total     per 1,000 % of Referrals
substantiated in Nevada
County, a total of 184 calls.    1998            21,398                1,279        59.8               264           12.3          20.6
                                 1999            21,440                1,075        50.1               146            6.8          13.6
                                 2000            21,193                1,120        52.8               134            6.3          12.0
                                 2001            21,081                1,189        56.4               150            7.1          12.6
                                 2002            20,978                1,195        57.0               132            6.3          11.0
                                 2003            20,611                1,185        57.5               139            6.7          11.7
                                 2004            20,411                1,173        57.5               169            8.3          14.4
                                 2005            20,221                1,088        53.8               184            9.1          16.9

                                 Data Source: California Children's Services Archive, CWS/CMS 2006 Quarter 2 Extract.
                                 Population Data Source: California Department of Finance annual population projections (Based on the 2000 U.S. Census).




                                                                                                        Community Services Planning Council
                                                                                                        Community Information, Research and Planning
We would like to thank and acknowledge the following individuals who provided
assistance with and input to the Healthy Futures Project Report:
Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Center for Reducing Health Disparities, U.C. Davis
School of Medicine
Roseanne Bernardy, Adult Services, City of Sacramento
Ruth Blank, CEO, Sacramento Region Community Foundation
Jeff Brown, Director, Nevada County Human Services Agency
Joseph Cassady, D.O., Public Health Officer, Yuba County Health and Human Services Department
Dick Colvin, Vice President of Marketing, Northern California, The PennySaver
Bob Crouch, Senior Vice President, Community and Government Affairs, Wells Fargo Bank
Richard Dana, Executive Director, Mutual Assistance Network of Del Paso Heights
Bonnie Davies, Executive Director, Colusa Child Advocates for Parents and Children
Steve Heath, President & CEO, United Way California Capital Region
Alan Lange, Vice President, Policy and Advocacy Division, Community Services Planning Council
Ann Lucas, Executive Director, Nonprofit Resource Center
Nina Machado, Executive Director, First 5 Amador
Paul Phinney, M.D., Member, Sacramento County Children's Coalition
Starine Reese, Vice President, Community Impact, United Way California Capital Region
Donna Sneeringer, Public Affairs Manager, Child Action, Inc.
Richard Sun, M.D., California Department of Health Services
Alondra Thompson, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Glennah Trochet, M.D., Sacramento County Public Health Officer
Mariko Yamada, Yolo County Supervisor, District 4


Special thanks to Carol Whiteside, President, Great Valley Center for her presentation: The Value of
Regional Health and Social Planning.


                                                                       Community Services Planning Council
                                                                       Community Information, Research and Planning

								
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