Rural Treatment Programs: Do Adolescent Youth Benefit from Treatment Programs Designed toReduce At-Risk Behaviors to Self and Others?
The purpose of this study is to examine the effectiveness of treatment programs used to reduce behavior problems of residents at the Cathedral Home for Children over three consecutive years beginning in July 2007 through January 2010 based on single-subject data sets used to identify four different levels of behavior showing the reduction (or increase) of at-risk behavior. The risk assessments show data at the 30 day/baseline and every six months following the initial assessment on 40 residents. These secondary data sets represent performance measures such as Risk to Self, Risk to Others and ...
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