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Chapter 6: Family Involvement and Perspectives

Symposium: Unearthing the “Why’s” of Quantitative Outcomes
Through Qualitative Analysis
Chair: Katherine Lazear

Symposium Introduction
Katherine Lazear
The Supplemental Security Income Family Impact Study
Katherine Lazear, Sharon Lardieri, Ricardo Contreras, Robert Friedman,
Joko Sengova, Janice Worthington

The Child and Family Experience of the Mental Health System Study
Tommy Burrus, Janice Worthington, Katherine lazear, Sharon Lardieri,
Maridelys Detress, Robert Friedmen

Parent Impressions of a County Mental Health Service Delivery System for Children
Heather Ringeisen, Robert Friedmen, Gail Stearns
Symposium Discussion
Trina Osher

PEARL: Lessons Learned from Collaboratively Delivering
Mental Health Services in Early Childhood Settings
P. Antonio Olmos, Mary Grimmer

Symposium: Paying Attention to Parent Mental Illness:
Challenges and Opportunities for Systems of Care
Chair: Joanne Nicholson
Symposium Introduction
Joanne Nicholson
The Prevalence of Parental mental Illness: National Data and Implications
Joanne Nicholson
Do Family Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Matter?
Examination of Data from the National Evaluation of the Systems of Care
Betsy Hinden, Valerie Williams, Bernice Fernandes, Ranilo Laygo
Addressing the Service Needs of Parents with Mental Illness:
Consensus Building and Services Development at the Local Level
Kathleen Biebel
Parents with Mental Illness: State-Level Initiative in the
Child and Adult Systems of Care
Joan Mikula
Symposium Discussion
Judith Katz-Leavy

Caregivers’ Involvement in Their Children’s Health Services
Huey J. Chen

Caregivers of Children in Systems of Care: Economic Outcomes
Anna Krivelyova, Robert Stephens

Family Experiences and Satisfaction with Respite Services
Karen Friedman, Jane Walker

Evaluating Family Satisfaction with a Managed Care Organization,
a Collaborative Effort
Barbara Zimmerman, Andrea Klein

A Qualitative Analysis of Caregiver Strain in Families of Court-Involved Youth
James M. Frabutt, Margaret B. Arbuckle, April D. Forsbrey

When Caretakers Refuse to Take Children Home from a Psychiatric Facility
Philip Friedman, Karen A. Friedman, Jane Walker


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