Child Protective Services May Link Families to Needed Income Supports
Examines families' receipt of income support immediately following and 18 months after a child maltreatment report. Provides information on receipt of income supports for rural compared to urban areas. Also provides information on families' self-assessment of how they were doing financially, by urban and rural location. Discusses the impact of poverty on parent-child interactions.
Wendy A. Walsh, Marybeth J. Mattingly
Carsey School of Public Policy
Abuse and violence · Child welfare · Children and youth · Families · Income support and assistance · Poverty · Rural-urban differences