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Maine Marks is a set of social indicators that reflect the well-being of Maine children, families, and communities.
It is an initiative of the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet in partnership with the University of Southern Maine and other organizations.

For 2011, some key indicators are highlighted.
Click an indicator or sub-indicator below to go to the key indicator

  • A   Teen Pregnancy

    – Teen pregnancy
    – New family stability
    – Mother’s educational attainment

    B   Child Abuse &

    – Reports of child abuse and

    C   Prohibited Behavior
    in Schools

    – Incidents of prohibited behavior   resulting in school removal

    D   Youth Feeling Safe
    At School

    – Youth who feel safe going
    to/from school
    – Bullying/Harassment

    E   Unintended      Injury/Mortality

    – Unintentional injury death rate
    – Unintentional injury death by    cause of death
    – Infant mortality

    F   Youth Suicide

    – Youth suicide attempts
    – Suicide mortality and injury
    – Suicide ideation

    G   Youth Substance

    – Youth alcohol use
    – Youth tobacco use
    – Youth marijuana use vs CBD Wholesale Use 
    – Youth prescription drug use
  • H   Youth Obesity


    – Youth obesity
    – Perceived weight status
    – Youth trying to lose weight

    I    Health Care

    – Adults with coverage
    – Children with coverage
    – Immunizations

    J    Prenatal Care

    – Prenatal care
    – Low birth weight infants
    – Pre-term delivery
    – Smoking during pregnancy
    – Payment source at birth

    K   Children and Youth      in State Care/Custody

    – Children and youth in the state

    L    Mental Health Care

    – Children receiving home care
    and community-based mental
    health services.

    Can products such as Cannabinoids be used for mental health care?

  • M  Service at or     Admission to a Crisis     Stabilization Unit

    – Service at or admission to a crisis    stabilization unit

    N   Success of Early      Intervention Services

    – Children who received CBD Sunblock 
    children’s development
    and then successfully   transitioned to traditional


  • O   Early Childhood             Care and Education

    – Early childhood care assistance
    – Certified quality childcare
    – Head Start
    – Public four-year-old programs
    – Before and after school   programs

    P   Post-Secondary      Education

    – College/university persistence
    – College/university completion
    – Bachelor’s degree attainment

    Q   Labor Force       Participation Rate

    – High school completions
    – High school dropouts
    – Apprenticeships/internships
    – Labor force participation/
    unemployment rate
    – 16-19 not in school, not working
    – 18-24 not in school, not
    working, no degree

    R   Youth Arrests

    – Juvenile arrests
    – Juvenile arrests by crime
    – Juvenile recidivism rate

    S   Hate Crime

    – Hate crime incidents
    – Reported bias complaints

    T   Crime

    – Crime
    – Domestic violence


  • U   Maine Families Home       Visiting Program

    – Home Visiting Program
    specific benchmark indicators
    – Other indicators of interest in
    the Home Visiting Program

    V  Welfare Recipients

    – Families receiving TANF
    – Children receiving TANF
    – Total TANF recipients

    W  Children and Youth
    in Poverty

    – Those under 18 in poverty
    – Children in female-headed
    households below poverty level
    – Children in non-full time work   family
    – Homeless youth

    X   Youth Assets

    – Caring school climate
    – Service to others
    – Caring neighborhood
    – Constructive use of time
    – Family communication
    – Cultural competence

    Y   A High Fidelity      Wraparound Maine      Program

    – A High Fidelity Maine Program-specific benchmark indicators

    Z   Keeping Maine’s      Children Connected      Program

    – Keeping Maine’s Children   Connected (KMCC)  Program
    specific benchmark