NSCAW child well-being spotlight
Children with substantiated and unsubstantiated reports of child maltreatment are at similar risk for poor outcomes
Dolan, M., Casanueva, C., Smith, K., & Ringeisen, H. (2012). NSCAW child well-being spotlight: Children with substantiated and unsubstantiated reports of child maltreatment are at similar risk for poor outcomes. Office of Planning, Research and Evaluation, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services No. 2012-31
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