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The government uses census data to allocate over $1.5 trillion a year for insurance programs, food stamps, school lunches, foster care and many other supportive services for children and their families.
Census day is April 1, 2020. The census can be done online or over the phone, in addition to mailing it back.
What you need to know about the U.S. Census:
35,906 children in Illinois were missed in the 2010 census.
$1,000is lost per year for each child that is missed in Illinois.
100%confidential. Census data is confidential, even to the FBI.
What you can do...
Make sure to respond to your 2020 U.S. Census. Completing the census takes about 10 minutes and can be done online or over the phone, in addition to mailing it back.
Be sure to count babies, even if they are still in the hospital on April 1, 2020.
Make sure that everyone who lives and sleeps in your home is counted, even if these living arrangements are temporary or someone is only there part of the time.
Coordinate with other caregivers if a child spends equal time between two homes.
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