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Message ID: 10295
Date: 2017-12-19

Author:Castrianno, Lynn M.

Subject:Rates of sexual abuse in foster care and adoptions

I am looking for resources on national data of the rate of sexual abuse of children while in foster care by the foster parent and rates of sexual abuse of children adopted within the child welfare system by the adoptive parent. Is there data on this or articles that you can point me to? Thanks in advance. ~Lynn Lynn Castrianno, Ph.D., M.L.S. Vice President, CQI and Data Management Nebraska Families Collaborative 2110 Papillion Parkway, Suite 110 Omaha, NE 68164 402-492-2544 (Office) 402.681-4081 (Cell) lynn.castrianno@nebraskafc.org Supervisor: Dave Newell, CEO & President david.newell@nebraskafc.org Building on child, family and community strengths so that every child is safe, healthy and thriving. Join us on

I am looking for resources on national data of the rate of sexual abuse of children while in foster care by the foster parent and rates of sexual abuse of children adopted within the child welfare system by the adoptive parent. Is there data on this or articles that you can point me to? Thanks in advance. ~Lynn Lynn Castrianno, Ph.D., M.L.S. Vice President, CQI and Data Management Nebraska Families Collaborative 2110 Papillion Parkway, Suite 110 Omaha, NE 68164 402-492-2544 (Office) 402.681-4081 (Cell) lynn.castriannonebraskafc.org Supervisor: Dave Newell, CEO & President david.newellnebraskafc.org Building on child, family and community strengths so that every child is safe, healthy and thriving. Join us on