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Caregiver Health and Services

Summary of Report Findings

1. Which of the following had the highest rates of depression?

A. In-home parents

B. Informal kin caregivers

C. Formal kin caregivers

D. Foster caregivers


Caregiver and Household Characteristics

2. In-home parents were more likely to be younger than foster caregivers.

A. True

B. False


3. Which of the following were more likely to live below the federal poverty level compared to foster caregivers?

A. In-home parents

B. Informal kin caregivers

C. Formal kin caregivers

D. All of the above


4. Which of the following were more likely than other caregiver types to report having five or more children in the household?

A. In-home parents

B. Foster caregivers

C. Informal kin caregivers

D. Formal kin caregivers


Caregiver Health

5. White caregivers described themselves as healthier than Black and Hispanic caregivers.

A. True

B. False


6. Male caregivers were more likely to have a better mental health score than female caregivers.

A. True

B. False


7. Younger caregivers (20 to 29 and 30 to 49 years old) were more likely to describe themselves as in significantly better mental health than older caregivers (50 to 59 years old and 60 years old or older).

A. True

B. False


Substance Abuse

8. Approximately _____ of in-home parents had an AUDIT Total score greater than or equal to 5, indicating at-risk drinking.

A. 2%

B. 8%

C. 12%

D. 20%


9. The youngest parents (under 20 years old) were most likely to have elevated DAST-20 scores.

A. True

B. False


10. Which of the following had the highest percentage of DAST-20 Total score between 2 and 4?

A. Black parents

B. White parents

C. Hispanic parents

D. None of the above


Domestic Violence

11. Approximately _____ of in-home parents were victims of IPV during the 12 months prior to interview.

A. 8%

B. 12%

C. 17%

D. 24%


12. Female parents were more likely than male parents to be victims of severe violence during the 12 months prior to interview and to ever have been victims of severe violence.

A. True

B. False


13. The rate of violence reported during the 12 months prior to interview was higher than that observed nationally.

A. True

B. False


14. The rate of lifetime domestic violence among NSCAW II in-home parents was higher than that observed nationally.

A. True

B. False


Involvement with the Law

15. Male parents were more likely to have been arrested than female parents.

A. True

B. False


16. Which age group of parents was the most likely to have been arrested?

A. Parents under 20 years old.

B. Parents 20 to 29 years old.

C. Parents 30 to 49 years old.

D. Parents 50 to 59 years old.


Service Receipt and Insurance Status

17. Which of the following was the most commonly held type of parent health insurance?

A. Uninsured

B. Private insurance

C. Public insurance

D. All of the above were equally distributed


18. The 2010 NHIS showed a very similar distribution of insurance status in the general population of adults 18 to 64 years old as compared to the NSCAW II parents.

A. True

B. False


19. Female parents were more likely to be currently uninsured compared to male parents.

A. True

B. False


20. Which of the following were least likely to be currently uninsured?

A. Black parents

B. White parents

C. Hispanic parents

D. None of the above


Services to Address Family Needs

21. The most commonly reported service for basic living needs was:

A. Food from a community source.

B. Regular help with child care.

C. Attendance at any organized support group.

D. Family counseling.


22. The most common service required by the CWS was:

A. Mental health services

B. Child care services

C. Peer support groups

D. Parenting skills training


23. The percentages of caregivers receiving TANF, food stamps, and SSI were higher than the national rates among all U.S. adults 18 to 64 years old.

A. True

B. False


24. Female parents were more likely to receive which of the following when compared to male parents?

A. WIC

B. Food stamps

C. Housing support

D. All of the above


25. Parents in which age group were most likely to receive food stamps?

A. Parents 20 to 29 years old.

B. Parents 30 to 49 years old.

C. Parents 50 to 59 years old.

D. Parents 60 years old or older.


26. Which of the following were most likely to receive food stamps and any federal or state-supported service?

A. Black parents

B. White parents

C. Hispanic parents

D. None of the above


Domestic Violence Services

27. Mothers in which age group were most likely to be referred for domestic violence services?

A. Parents 20 to 29 years old.

B. Parents 30 to 49 years old.

C. Parents 50 to 59 years old.

D. Parents 60 years old or older.


28. Mothers were determined to be “in need of domestic violence services” if they met which of the following criteria?

A. Caseworker report of a parent’s need for domestic violence services at Wave 2.

B. A Conflict Tactics Scale-2 score indicating at least one incident of severe or less severe physical interpersonal violence suffered in the past 12 months.

C. The mother’s self-reported need for domestic violence services in the past year, if she had not received any such services.

D. Any of the above.


29. Of those determined to need domestic violence services, only 47% had received such services in the past year.

A. True

B. False


Behavioral Health Services

30. Which group of parents were least likely to be in need of substance abuse services?

A. Parents who were uninsured.

B. Parents with public insurance.

C. Parents with private insurance.

D. None of the above.


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