The second National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being project is was longitudinal study intended to answer a range of fundamental questions about the functioning, service needs, and service use of children who came in contact with the child welfare system. This study summarized children's receipt of health care, developmental and special education services, and behavioral health services in the National Survey of Child and Adolescent Well-Being at baseline.
Most children had a usual place of health care, typically a doctor's office or clinic. Almost all children were reported as up-to-date in immunizations and most children had received a well-child checkup in the last 12 months.
Report Title: NSCAW II Baseline Report: Children's Services, http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/opre/abuse_neglect/nscaw/reports/nscaw2_baseline.pdf
Agency Sponsor: ACF-OPRE, Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation
Federal Contact: Mary Webb, 202-205-8628
Performer: RTI International
Record ID: 9785 (November 15, 2011)