TOPIC: Juvenile Justice Systems - Mental Health Needs
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Affective Disorder in Juvenile Offenders: A Preliminary Study. Pliszka, Steven R.; Sherman, James O.; Barrow, M. Virginia;
Irick, Shiela (2000). American Journal of Psychiatry, 157 (1): p. 130-132
Girls in detention: What are their characteristics? A project to explore and document the character of this
target group and the significant ways in which it differs from one consisting
of boys. Lenssen, Simone A. M.; Doreleijers, Theo A. H.; van Dijk,
Mirjam E.; Hartman, Catharina (2000). Journal of Adolescence, 23 (3): p. 287-303
Forensic services and people with learning disability: In the shadow of the Reed Report.
Kearns, Anthony (2001). Journal of Forensic Psychiatry, 12 (1): p. 8-12
Interagency collaboration with high-risk gang youth. Okamoto, Scott K. (2001).
Child & Adolescent Social Work Journal, 18 (1): p. 5-19
- Justice for Kids: Keeping Kids Out of the Juvenile Justice System. By Dowd, N. (2011). NYU Press.
Massachusetts Youth Screening Instrument for mental health needs of juvenile justice youths. Grisso, Thomas; Barnum,
Richard; Fletcher, Kenneth E.; Cauffman, Elizabeth; Peuschold, Dawn (2001). Journal
of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 40 (5): p. 541-548
- Mental Health Needs of Young Offenders: Forging Paths toward Reintegration and Rehabilitation. Kessler, Carol & Kraus, James L. (2007). Cambridge University Press.
Mental health service needs of juvenile offenders: A comparison of detention, incarceration, and treatment settings.
Lyons, John S.; Baerger, Dana Royce; Quigley, Peter; Erlich, Joel; Griffin, Eugene (2001). Children's
Services: Social Policy, Research, and Practice, 4 (2): p. 69-85
Mental health problems and service use among female juvenile offenders: Their
relationship to criminal history. Kataoka, Sheryl H.; Zima, Bonnie T.; Dupre, Dierdre A.;
Moreno, Kathleen A.; Yang, Xiaowei; McCracken, James T. (2001). Journal of the American Academy of
Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 40 (5): p. 549-555
Multidimensional assessment of young male offenders in penal institutions. Hinrichs, Guenter (2001).
International Journal of Offender Therapy & Comparative Criminology, 45 (4): p. 478-488
Prevalence of adolescent substance use disorders across five sectors of care. Aarons, Gregory A.; Brown, Sandra A.; Hough,
Richard L.; Garland, Ann F.; Wood, Patricia A. (2001). Journal of the American Academy
of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 40 (4): p. 419-426
Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in youths across five sectors of care. Garland, Ann F.; Hough, Richard L.; McCabe,
Kristen M.; Yeh, May; Wood, Patricia A.; Aarons, Gregory A. (2001). Journal of the American
Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 40 (4): p. 409-418
The correctional officer's role in mental health treatment of youthful offenders. Holt, Carol (2001).
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 22 (2): p. 173-180
US Standards for psychology services in jails, prisons, correctional facilities, and agencies.
American Assn for Correctional Psychology (2000). Criminal Justice & Behavior, 27 (4): p. 433-494
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