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Co-occurring disorders are prevalent in the juvenile justice population, and many youth and adults who experience homelessness have been involved with the juvenile justice system.
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Selected Juvenile Justice Populations Resources
A Blueprint for Change: Improving the System Response to Youth with Mental Health Needs Involved with the Juvenile Justice System
Alcohol Use and Delinquent Behaviors among Youths: The NSDUH Report, April 1, 2005
Breaking the Cycle of Drug Use Among Juvenile Offenders: Final Technical Report
Customized Bibliography: Discharge Planning from Publicly Funded Institutions
Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Juvenile Correctional Facilities: The DASIS Report, May 10, 2002
Female Youths and Delinquent Behaviors: The NSDUH Report, November 5, 2004
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and Juvenile Justice: How Professionals Can Make a Difference
Funding mental health services for youth in the juvenile justice system: Challenges and opportunities
Girls Study Group—Charting the Way to Delinquency Prevention for Girls
Inhalant Use and Delinquent Behaviors among Young Adolescents: The NSDUH Report, March 17, 2005
Juvenile Arrests 2006
Marijuana Use and Delinquent Behaviors among Youths: The NSDUH Report, January 9, 2004
Mental Health Needs of Juvenile Offenders
Practice parameter for the assessment and treatment of youth in juvenile detention and correctional facilities
Promising Strategies to End Youth Homelessness
Screening and assessing mental health and substance use disorders among youth in the juvenile justice system: A resource guide for practitioners
Substance Use, Abuse, and Dependence among Youths Who Have Been in a Jail or a Detention Center: The NSDUH Report, February 27, 2004
Working together for change: Co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders among youth involved in the juvenile justice system
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