Children First’s Report Series on COVID’s Impact on Children – READ THE COUNTY REPORTS HERE

Reports on Child Health in the Suburbs

PCCY’s Bottom Line Report found that more than 20,000 suburban children have no health insurance, yet the majority of them qualify for public health insurance.  Approximately 1 in 3 children in every county is obese or overweight, and the rate rose in three out of four counties.

Click here for a summary of the Bottom Line Health Reports – Learn more about the state of children’s health across Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery counties.

Click on the links below for the full reports in all four counties.

  • Bucks – More than 3,300 children do not have health insurance.
  • Chester – More than 6,000 children are uninsured.
  • Delaware – More than 4,700 children do not have health insurance.
  • Montgomery – More than 5,700 children do not have health insurance.