Area-Level Deprivation and Adverse Childhood Experiences among High School Students in Maryland
Examines the frequency of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in adolescents in Maryland such as food insecurity and parental addiction, mental illness, violence, or incarceration. Reports on the 2018 Maryland Youth Risk Behavior Survey/Youth Tobacco Survey data from 41,091 adolescents to examine the connection between ACEs and area-level deprivation. Includes data breakdowns by rural/not rural county, age, sex, and sexual and gender minority (SGM) status.
Shaheen Kurani, Lindsey Webb, Kechna Cadet, et al.
BMC Public Health, 22(811)
Abuse and violence · Children and youth · Families · Mental health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data · Maryland