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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 9: School-Based Approaches

NLTS2; A National Look at School Programs and Services for
Students with Emotional Disturbances
Mary Wagner, W. Carl Sumi

Meeting the Needs of Traumatized Children
Through a School-Based Program
Sheryl Kataoka, Kristin L. Dean, Bradley D. Stein, Lisa Jaycox, Marleen Wong, Arlene Fink

A Review of Evidence-Based Literature:
The Development of the School-Based Youth Suicide Prevention Guide
Stephen Roggenbaum, Justin F. Doan, Katherine J. Lazear

Symposium: Cafas Outcomes for Youths Served by
School-Based Programs, Juvenile Justice, and Foster Care
Chair: Kay Hodges, Scott Rosas, Reece Peterson

Symposium Introduction
Kay Hodges
Functional Improvements of Children Referred to a School-Based Preventive
Mental Health Intervention: CAFAS Outcomes at Six Months
Scott Rosas
Implementing Wraparound within School Settings: An Overview of the School-Based
Wraparound Program in Central Nebraska and a Case Example
Reece L. Peterson, Al Neuhaus, Ann Tvrdik, Nathan Canfield

Symposium: A Comprehensive Approach to School Services:
GEAR UP Year One Results
Chair: Oliver Tom Massey

Symposium Introduction
Oliver Tom Massey
Demographics and Service Utilization Among GEAR UP Students
Katheryne Downes
Profile Characteristics and Outcomes Change Among GEAR UP Students
Lana Yampolskaya, Oliver Tom Massey
Evaluation: Results from the GEAR UP Student Survey
Michael Boroughs, Oliver Tom Massey

Parental Involvement and Classroom Behaviors for Students with
Academic and Behavioral Risks
Jennifer Y. Lee, Felicia L. Dehaney, Shirley R. Ball, Philip Friedman

Promoting a Successful Transition to High School:
Preliminary Results of a School-Based Randomized Controlled Trial
Elizabeth McCauley, Ann Vander Stoep, Jennifer Pelton

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