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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 10: Substance Abuse, Child Welfare, and Juvenile Justice

Onset of Substance Abuse among Youth Served in Systems of Care
Michael D. Pullmann, Ana María Brannan, Robert L. Stephens

Youth with Emotional, Behavioral and Substance Abuse Disorders
Served in Systems of Care
Robert L. Stephens, Ana María Brannan, E. Wayne Holden, Robin E. Soler

Using Medicaid Claims to Examine Co-Occurring Substance Use and
Psychiatric Disorders among Adolescents
Craig Anne Heflinger, J. William Renfrew

Substance Abuse, Systems of Care, and Adolescents
with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED): A One Year Follow-Up
Shawn K. Acheson

Characteristics and Outcomes of Justice-Involved Girls with
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders
Bonita M. Veysey, Michele Grillo, Zachary Hamilton

Predictors of Successful Permanency Planning in Florida’s Child Welfare System
Marion Becker , Neil Jordan, Rebecca Larsen

Outcomes of a Randomized Trial of Continuum of Care Services for
Children in the Connecticut Child Welfare System
E. Wayne Holden, Susan Rousseau O’Connell, Qinghong Liao, Anna Krivelyova,
Gary M. Blau, Dorian Long

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