How healthy is your neighborhood for your child? Take a look

(CNN)How does your neighborhood rank in terms of opportunity for your child to grow into a healthy, well-educated and employable adult?

If you live in one of the thousands of neighborhoods examined in the Child Opportunity Index 2.0, where two-thirds of all American children live, then you can look for yourself.
The index, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, has amassed a treasure trove of information that can tell parents -- and policymakers -- how their neighborhood could impact their child's development.