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Chapter 3: Strengths and Family-Driven Services
A Typology and Narrative Illustration of Procedures for Following a Strengths-Based
Topical Discussion—Is There a Theoretical and Empirical Basis for Strengths-Based Planning?
Strengths that Matter: An Empirical Investigation of Elementary School Student Success
Application of Appreciative Inquiry to Evaluating Family Satisfaction in Two Publicly-Funded Behavioral Health Systems
Parents as Navigators: How Caregivers of Children with Mental Health Difficulties find Supports in the Workplace
Family Voice in the Mental Health Services Program for Youth (MHSPY)
First Findings from the Family-Driven Study of Family Involvement in Systems of Care
Symposium—The Role, Impact and Effectiveness of Family Organizations in Developing Family Voice in Systems of Care
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