R E S E A R C H A N D T R A I N I N G C E N T E R F O R C H I L D R E N 'S M E N T A L H E A L T H
Chapter 1: Building and Maintaining Systems of Care
System-of-Care Implementation: Lessons Learned from Nine Graduating CMHS Grant Communities
Merging a Systems of Care Approach and a Public Health Framework
The Influence of System of Care Implementation on Clinical Outcomes
Using Change Theories to Assess System of Care Development
A Mixed Methods Study of Collaboration in Systems of Care
Symposium: Working Models of Collaboration: Key Components, Strategies, and Results
Symposium: Examination of Relationships among Service Use, Demographic and Clinical Characteristics, and Outcomes for Children and Families Enrolled in Systems of Care
A Latent Class Analysis of Presenting Problems for Children Enrolled in Systems of Care
Variations in Experiences of Systems of Care: An Exploratory Analysis of Respondent Types
Provider Attitudes and Practices in System-of-Care and Non- System-of-Care Communities
Characteristics of Children Referred to Systems-Of-Care Vs. Usual Care
Symposium: The Link Between Process and Outcomes: The Dawn Project Experience
Symposium Overview: Health Care Reform Tracking Project—Summary of Key
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