Usual place of medical care among U.S. men who had been in foster care, 2011-2017

Data from 2011 to 2017 shows that U.S. men aged 18-44 who had been in foster care were less likely to use a private doctor's office or HMO as their usual place of health care compared with men never in foster care. This statistic shows the distribution of usual place of medical care among U.S. men aged 18-44 who had been in foster care compared to those who had not, 2011-2017.

Distribution of usual place of medical care among U.S. men aged 18-44 who had been in foster care compared to those who had not, 2011-2017

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Release date

January 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

September 2011 to September 2017

Number of respondents

11,527 respondents

Age group

18-44 years

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