Performance Improvement 2011-2012. What Are The Experiences Of Children And Families Who Come Into Contact With The Child Welfare System?


This study summarized the main findings of the National Survey on Child and Adolescent Well-being.

Most children reported for maltreatment remain living at home with their biological caregivers. Many children have some history of chronic health conditions or special needs that typically require extensive health and related social services. High levels of children's mental health needs go unmet.

Report Title: National Survey on Child and Adolescent Well-being (NSCAW) Research Brief 16: Summary of Main Findings
Agency Sponsor: ACF-OPRE, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation
Federal Contact: Mary Webb, 202-205-8628
Performer: Research Triangle Institute
Record ID: 9716 (Report completed July 15, 2010)

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