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Presented at the 22nd Annual Research Conference
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Session Number: 1000 Room: Salon E & F
Presenting: Sarah Hurley
All Authors for this paper: Sarah Hurley; Teresa Waters; Richard Barth
Presentation Type: poster presentation
Synopsis: The importance of multilevel factors (youth-level and organizational-level variables) in determining long-term outcomes following intensive in-home services (IIHS) to address behavioral disorders was examined. Client characteristics were generally found to be more important predictors of long-term outcomes than were program activities or organizational characteristics. The findings point to the importance of strengthening program models to address specific client-level risk factors for negative outcomes at one-year postdischarge, particularly for adolescents receiving intensive in-home services.
Date: Sunday, March 1, 2009
Session Time: 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM