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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 4: Wraparound & Community Supports

Symposium – John Burchard Wraparound Research Symposium: Research on the Wraparound Team Process
Chair: Eric R. Wright           

Intergrating Data-based Decisionmaking into the Wraparound Process within a System of School-wide Positive Behavior Supports (PBS)
Lucille Eber, Kelly L Hyde         

The Structure of Service Coordination Teams: An Empirical Study
Eric Wright, Jeffrey  Anderson, Harold  Kooreman, Dustin E. Wright     

Service Coordination Team Composition and Child Outcomes: An Exploritory Analysis
Lisa A Russell, Harold Kooreman, Eric R Wright, Jeffery A Anderson, Dustin E Wright   

Symposium Discussion
Janet S. Walker

Relationships Between Parental Stress, Child Supports and Parental Supports for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbances
Jennifer Taub, Shannon Lewis         

Building Community Connections with Project T.E.A.M.: A Comparison of At-risk Caucasian and Minority Youth
Cynthia Brothers, Susan C. McLaughlin, Marilyn Daniel       

The Activation of Social Networks within the Social Education Assistance in Family Settings (FamNet)
Sibylle Friedrich           

Using Model Development Research and Fidelity Data to Guide Wraparound Curriculum and Coaching Development
Jim Rast, John D VanDenBerg, Greg Dalder       

“Is it Wraparound Yet?” Determining Fidelity Standards for the Wraparound Fidelity Index
Eric J. Bruns, Kristen Leverentz-Brady, Jesse C Suter       

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