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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
February 2004
The Dependency and Termination Equal Justice Committee (DTEJC) was established by the Office of Public Defense, at legislative direction, to study several aspects of child dependency cases. To inform itself about service providers and practices of the courts and of DSHS, the DTEJC elected to survey five populations. This report focuses on the survey of facilities that provide psychological evaluations of parents in child abuse and neglect cases.

For reports on related surveys click on the links below.

Chemical Dependency Treatment Provider Survey
Court Survey
Service Provider Survey
Social Work Supervisor Survey
Timing of Services to Parents

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