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Diagnoses and Health Care Utilization of Children Who Are in Foster Care and Covered by Medicaid

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This report examines the prevalence of mental illness, substance use disorders, or both among youth living in foster care who are covered under Medicaid. It describes the use of health services, and discusses trends across three ages groups.

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SMA13-4804
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November 2013
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