Child Outcomes and Volunteer Effectiveness: CASA’s Role in Supporting Transition-Age Youth, Child Outcomes and Volunteer Effectiveness Study Follow-Up Part 2

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This report presents findings on during and after care outcomes for teens involved with the child welfare system in Texas, examining the influence of CASA volunteers on teen outcomes.

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