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Chapter 6: School-Based Mental Health Services

Comprehensive and Multi-Method Assessment of School-Based Mental Health Services
Gloria J. O. Carpenter, Natasha Buchanan, & Mary DePaola

Measuring the Effectiveness of School-Based Interventions for Children with Serious Behavior Problems
Mary Wagner, W. Carl Sumi, & Michelle Woodbridge

School-Based Wraparound: Child and Family Outcomes
Vestena Robbins & Beth Jordan Armstrong

Relationships among Model Fidelity, Dosage, and Student Outcomes
in High Risk Elementary Schools
Ray Burke, Leah O’Neill Fichtner, Rob Oats, MaryBeth DelGaudio, & Walter Powell

Risk Status and the Differential Effectiveness of Urban School-Based Mental Health Services
David L. Hussey

School-Wide and Student-Specific Interventions: Behavioral and Academic Effects
with Urban Middle School Students
Leah O’Neill Fichtner, Ray Burke, MaryBeth DelGaudio, Rob Oats, Shelley Johnson, & Walter Powell 

Child and Family Predictors of Absenteeism among At-Risk Students
Mary L. Keeley & Brenda A. Wiens

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