Report: West Virginia Childhood Adversity Tops US Average

Report: West Virginia Childhood Adversity Tops US Average

A foundation studying health issues says 52 percent of West Virginia children have had at least one adverse experience that could impair their long-term welfare. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation says that’s higher than the 46 percent national average, representing 34 million children under 18.

Source:: http://wvpublic.org/post/report-west-virginia-childhood-adversity-tops-us-average

      

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