TABLE 5

Unmet Needs: Number and Percentage of Children Who Did not Receive Services, According to Any Diagnosis or Any Action Sign

No Services/Any Diagnosis, n/N (% [95% CI])No Services/Any Indicator, n/N (% [95% CI])
Youth samplea
    Total not receiving services1001/1152 (86.9 [85.2–93.0])628/755 (83.2 [82.0–86.2])
    Age 7–11 y
        Male137/152 (90.1 [85.2–93.5])62/75 (82.7 [50.0–92.3])
        Female136/153 (89.5 [84.7–93.6])78/95 (82.1 [51.1–87.5])
    Age 12–17 y
        Male383/448 (85.5 [72.7–87.6])229/277 (82.7 [75.0–100.0])
        Female344/399 (86.2 [84.0–93.2])259/308 (84.1 [81.6–100.0])
Parent sampleb
    Total not receiving services551/733 (75.2 [68.6–83.4])228/309 (73.8 [71.2-82.9])
    Age 7–11 y
        Male213/277 (76.9 [61.3–85.7])76/95 (80.0 [63.6–93.3])
        Female90/122 (73.8 [56.2–100.0])47/65 (72.3 [62.5–100.0])
    Age 12–17 y
        Male157/205 (76.6 [56.2–88.6])57/81 (70.4 [53.6–94.4])
        Female91/129 (70.5 [46.7–100.0])48/68 (70.6 [66.7–76.9])
  • a Sample size was 7604, which combines the MECA, Texas, Iowa, Bronx, and Puerto Rico samples.

  • b Sample size was 4621, which combines the MECA, Iowa, Bronx, and Puerto Rico samples.