Child Well-Being and Welfare Module
With questions drawn from numerous national surveys, this module investigates the association between public assistance program participation and factors that may relate to child well-being (e.g., health care coverage, reliable child care, safe neighborhoods, and parental employment). In 1998 and 1999, this module was pilot-tested in a random sample of low-income families in Texas. Also, it included a special Medicaid sample obtained from administrative data in Texas and Minnesota.
- Sponsor(s): Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation of the Department of Health and Human Services.
- Period of Data Collection: 1998-1999
- Sample size: 2,192 children
- Sampling Frame: Random-Digit-Dial in Texas (including an oversample of households with children under age 18 years and with a household income below 200 percent of poverty), as well as list samples of known Medicaid participants in Texas and Medicaid and Minnesota Care participants in Minnesota
- Public-Use File: Available (See View/Download)
- Publications and Presentations Using SLAITS Data
- Survey Instrument
- Methodology Report
- Frequency Counts
- SAS Input Files
- Page last reviewed: November 6, 2015
- Page last updated: July 8, 2009
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