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Presented at the 18th Annual Research Conference
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Session Number: 2000 Room: Salon E & F
Presenting: Marian Bussey; Cathryn Potter
All Authors for this paper: Marian Bussey; Cathryn Potter; James Strasser
Presentation Type: poster presentation
Synopsis: This study examines the relationship between mental health symptoms and functioning, demographic and risk factors, service modalities, and outcome change scores and the likelihood of juvenile justice involvement for a group of youth admitted to a system of care program. Results indicate that the most significant predictors of juvenile justice involvement at intake were drug use (reported by the caregiver) and a family history of domestic violence. Additional factors, including service modality, DSM diagnosis, academic functioning, past/new drug use, as well as gender, were important for predicting juvenile justice contact at 18 months into the intervention.
Date: Tuesday, March 8, 2005
Session Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Presentation Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM