Juvenile Justice Populations
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10/31/2014 4:25 AM

CHAB: Juvenile Justice Populations
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
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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
+ 1 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
+ 1 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
+ 1 Promising Strategies to End Youth Homelessness
+ 1 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