California’s Most Vulnerable Parents: When Maltreated Children Have Children

The Conrad H. Hilton Foundation produced a study “linking California birth and child protective services (CPS) records provide insights to teens involved with the child welfare system.” Report shows that teens in the Los Angeles County are more likely and vulnerable to become young parents. Segments of research briefs are below:

Vol 1-1. A Population-Based Examination of Maltreatment History Among Adolescent Mothers

Vol 1-2. Cumulative Teen Birth Rates among Girls in Foster Care at Age 17

Vol 1-3. Adolescent Mothers and Intergenerational Child Protective Services Involvement

Vol 1-4. A Cross-Sectional Study of Birth Rate Trends among Girls in Foster Care

Vol 1-5. Infant Birth Weight and Maltreatment of Adolescent Mothers

For the full report, click here. 

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