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A System of Care for Children's Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base
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Chapter 1: Implementing and Evaluating Systems of Care

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Chapter 2: Implementing and Evaluating Evidence-Based Practices

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Chapter 3: Strengths and Family-Driven Services

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Chapter 4: System Navigation and Clinical Outcomes in a System of Care

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Chapter 5: Interventions in Early Childhood

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Chapter 6: School-Based Mental Health Services

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Chapter 7: Youth Voice and Transition Services

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Chapter 8: Collaboration and Services within the Juvenile Justice Population

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Chapter 9: Wraparound Implementation

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Chapter 10: Issues in Understanding and Treating Trauma Victims

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Chapter 11: Strategies for Continuous Quality Improvement and Financing

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Chapter 12: Instrumentation and Methodology

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