6. Jay County Archival Indicators of Risk
CSAP calculates this risk factor as the percent of family households with a spouse absent. The equation is the sum of families (male and female) with no spouse present divided by the sum of all families with children (married couple families and other families) times 100.
Community Risk Factor: Extreme Economic
And Social Deprivation
Table 6.21: Single Parent Families (AGS, 2002 est., 2003)
In addition to the above risk factors listed by CSAP, PREV-STAT™ includes additional basic demographic statistics on total poverty, child poverty and poverty by age group, single parent families living in poverty, lack of health insurance, and households with no vehicle.
Percent of All Households w/ Children Where 1 Spouse is Absent
Male-Headed Family Households
Female-Headed Family Households
Families with One Spouse Absent
Non-Family Headed Householders (No Parent Present), 533
Married Couple Family
Single Parent Families, 2002