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Chapter 8: Sensitivity to Culture in Systems of Care

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to Mental Health Services for Youth in the United States
Kathleen J. Pottick, in Tian, Lynn A. Warner

Effective Mental Health Interventions for African American Children Attending Urban Schools
Laura Nabors, Dana Rofey, Irina S. Parkins

SOC Administrator and Service Provider Comparisons on Factors Related to Cultural Competence
Eleanor Blair Hilty, Scott W. Minor, Maria E. Fernandez

Development of Clinical Guidelines for Rating the CAFAS with First Nations Children and Youth
Melanie Barwick, H. Bruce Ferguson, John Schmidt

Provider/Client Assessment Congruence and Service Access
Catherine Woodstock Striley, Arlene Rubin Stiffman, Edward Spitznagel

Suicide Attempts and Service Use in American Indian Adolescents
Stacey Freedenthal, Arlene Rubin Stiffman, Emily Ostmann

Brief Symposium: Social, Cultural, and Economic Factors Impacting the Well-being of Children and Families in Chile, Colombia, and Mexico

Chair: Ricardo Contreras
Co-Chair: Teresa Nesman
Symposium Introduction
Ricardo Contreras
Building Transnational Communities: The Hidalgo-Clearwater Connection
Maria Crummett, Ella Schmidt
Looking our Children in the Eyes: Combating Extreme Poverty in Tamaulipas, Mexico – Project 40
Jorge Trujillo Bautista
Sociogram: An Application of Disaster Prevention, Medellín, Colombia 2002
Jorge Iván López Jaramillo
Strengthening Men’s Rights to Participate in the Raising of Their Children
Sabine Romero
Relationship Between the Family and Socio-Academic Performance of High School Students in Tamaulipas, Mexico
Ana Lucía Montemayor Marin, Silvia Vásquez
Symposium Discussion
Ricardo Contreras

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