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Message ID: 8430
Date: 2010-03-02

Author:Andres Arroyo

Subject:*Data Available*: Mental Health Service Use Of Youth Leaving Foster Care (2001-2003)

The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) at Cornell University is pleased to announce the availability of the data for the study entitled: Mental Health Service Use Of Youth Leaving Foster Care (2001-2003) Investigators: J. Curtis McMillen, Ph.D. [NDACAN Dataset #133] Please visit the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Web site for more information and ordering instructions: http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/Ndacan/Datasets/Abstracts/DatasetAbstract_133.html There is no charge to obtain these data. The abstract for this study is included below. Abstract: The study was funded to explore the changes in mental health service use as older youth leave the foster care system. The data, however, examine many parameters of the lives of older youth in the foster care system, from their perspective. Four-hundred six youth in the Missouri foster care system were interviewed in person near their 17th birthday. They were re-interviewed when possible every three months until their 19th birthday. Eighty percent of the youth were interviewed at age 19. Thus, the study includes nine data points. Domains of instrumentation include psychiatric history, substance use, child maltreatment history, mental health service use, attitudes toward mental health service use, residential history, religious involvement, reading level, dating violence, trauma history, stress, perception of neighborhood, psychopathy, employment, legal involvement, childbearing, sexual activity, and much more. Few variables were assessed at each interview time point. Dataset description page: http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/Ndacan/Datasets/Abstracts/DatasetAbstract_133.html Sincerely, Andres Arroyo, Archiving Assistant National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) Beebe Hall -FLDC, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853 tel. 607-255-7799 | fax 607-255-8562 | www.ndacan.cornell.edu

The National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) at Cornell University is pleased to announce the availability of the data for the study entitled: Mental Health Service Use Of Youth Leaving Foster Care (2001-2003) Investigators: J. Curtis McMillen, Ph.D. [NDACAN Dataset #133] Please visit the National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect Web site for more information and ordering instructions: http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/Ndacan/Datasets/Abstracts/DatasetAbstract_133.html There is no charge to obtain these data. The abstract for this study is included below. Abstract: The study was funded to explore the changes in mental health service use as older youth leave the foster care system. The data, however, examine many parameters of the lives of older youth in the foster care system, from their perspective. Four-hundred six youth in the Missouri foster care system were interviewed in person near their 17th birthday. They were re-interviewed when possible every three months until their 19th birthday. Eighty percent of the youth were interviewed at age 19. Thus, the study includes nine data points. Domains of instrumentation include psychiatric history, substance use, child maltreatment history, mental health service use, attitudes toward mental health service use, residential history, religious involvement, reading level, dating violence, trauma history, stress, perception of neighborhood, psychopathy, employment, legal involvement, childbearing, sexual activity, and much more. Few variables were assessed at each interview time point. Dataset description page: http://www.ndacan.cornell.edu/Ndacan/Datasets/Abstracts/DatasetAbstract_133.html Sincerely, Andres Arroyo, Archiving Assistant National Data Archive on Child Abuse and Neglect (NDACAN) Beebe Hall -FLDC, Cornell University, Ithaca NY 14853 tel. 607-255-7799 | fax 607-255-8562 | www.ndacan.cornell.edu