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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 11: Creating Integrated Service Systems

Evaluation of the Privatization of Child Welfare in Florida: An Organizational Analysis
Amy C Vargo           

Applying the Systems of Care Framework to Advance Comprehensive Prevention and Resilience: Implications from an Environmental Scan of SAMHSA-funded Initiatives
Evelyn Frankford, Jennifer Kitson, David Osher       

Findings: Examining the Impact of Policy on Collaboration in Systems of Care
Mary I Armstrong, Mary  E Evans         

Intensive In-home Therapy as Early Intervention: Results from a Clinical Trial
Sarah Hurley, Tim Goldsmith, Mark W Vander Weg, Marie  Sell, Debbie Mittleman, George Relyea 

The Multiple Needs of Youth Entering the Juvenile Justice System
Jonathan D. Brown, Philip J. Leaf, Anne W. Riley, Christine Walrath     

Juvenile Justice Outcomes of Youth in Systems of Care: Comparison Study Results
Anna Krivelyova, Shelly  Keith Matthews, Robert  Stephens       

Project CATCH: Examining a Community- and School-based Model for Prevention and Mental Health Services in a Rural Community
Kristin L. Dean, Caroline  E.  Murphy, Elizabeth Wack, Heidi  J. Liss, Brenda A.  Wiens   

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