Publication Date: January 2005
Publisher: Indiana University. Center for Urban Policy and the Environment
Author(s): Jeffrey A. Anderson; Eric R. Wright; Harold E. Kooreman
Research Area: Population and demographics; Social conditions
While some research has suggested that service coordination is a generally effective approach to providing assistance to youth with serious emotional disorders and their families (e.g., Anderson et al., 2003), bringing together youth and families with such heterogeneous clinical needs and backgrounds presents numerous challenges to system of care functioning. The purpose of this report is to describe the influence of demographic, diagnostic, and clinical characteristics on the likelihood that youth enrolled in the Dawn Project are discharged having successfully met their treatment goals.
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