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Message ID: 9695
Date: 2014-09-02

Author:Fusco, Rachel

Subject:"Second generation" child welfare involved families

Hello everyone. I am interested in finding information, such as prevalence data, about parents in the child welfare system who were also involved in the system when they were children. I know there have been a number of studies on maltreatment across generations, but I am specifically interested in system-involved families. I have read Marshall, Huang and Ryan's 2011 paper, but I am not finding much else. Anecdotally this should be a sizable portion of families. Thank you. Rachel Fusco Rachel A. Fusco, PhD, MSW Associate Professor University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work 2303 Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260 (412) 624-0173 FAX: (412) 624-6323

Hello everyone. I am interested in finding information, such as prevalence data, about parents in the child welfare system who were also involved in the system when they were children. I know there have been a number of studies on maltreatment across generations, but I am specifically interested in system-involved families. I have read Marshall, Huang and Ryan's 2011 paper, but I am not finding much else. Anecdotally this should be a sizable portion of families. Thank you. Rachel Fusco Rachel A. Fusco, PhD, MSW Associate Professor University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work 2303 Cathedral of Learning 4200 Fifth Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15260 (412) 624-0173 FAX: (412) 624-6323