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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
December 2002
In 1999, the Washington State Legislature passed the HOPE Act, establishing two new service programs for street youth who have no family support or for whom foster placements have not been successful. The Legislature directed the Institute to evaluate HOPE Act programs. This third and final Institute report on the HOPE Act describes the characteristics of youth served, services provided, and outcomes of participation. The evaluation is based on data collected between March 2000 and June 2002 as well as interviews with program staff, regional administrators, youth, and parents.
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