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From home to street: understanding young people's transitions into homelessness.
  • J. Hyde
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of adolescence
  • 1 April 2005
This paper explores why young people leave home and become homeless. Drawing on life history interviews conducted with 50 homeless youth in Los Angeles, explanations provided by participants forExpand
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Using epidemiological and social network research methods, this study examines gender differences in HIV risk and protective behaviors and social network characteristics among 193 young injectionExpand
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Adolescents' perspectives on placement moves and congregate settings: Complex and cumulative instabilities in out-of-home care
Based on repeated in-depth interviews with youth aged 16-19 in the care of the Department of Social Services in Massachusetts, this paper examines adolescents' perspectives on out-of-home placements.Expand
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“I Don't Know What They Know”: Knowledge transfer in mandated referral from child welfare to early intervention
Maltreated children face disproportionate risks for developmental delay and behavior problems. Federal legislation passed in 2003 and 2004 mandates referrals of maltreated children under the age ofExpand
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The structure and organization of local and state public health agencies in the U.S.: a systematic review.
CONTEXT This systematic review provides a synthesis of the growing field of public health systems research related to the structure and organization of state and local governmental public healthExpand
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HIV risk behavior and HIV testing: a comparison of rates and associated factors among homeless and runaway adolescents in two cities.
This study examined differences in self-reported rates and predictors of HIV testing between homeless and runaway youths in San Diego (N = 1,102) and Los Angeles (N = 1,167). Youths aged 13-23 wereExpand
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Needle-sharing among young IV drug users and their social network members: The influence of the injection partner's characteristics on HIV risk behavior.
Injection drug use is a risk factor for HIV among adolescents and young adults, yet the interpersonal dynamics of needle-sharing among young injectors remain poorly understood. Research has focusedExpand
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Structural and organizational characteristics associated with performance of essential public health services in small jurisdictions: findings from a statewide study in Massachusetts.
BACKGROUND This study examined jurisdictional, organizational, and structural characteristics associated with capacity to deliver 10 essential public health services (EPHS) in Massachusetts, a stateExpand
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Psychotropic medication oversight for youth in foster care: A national perspective on state child welfare policy and practice guidelines
This study uses data collected from multi-state interviews, document review, and the U.S. Census to provide a national perspective on the policies and practice guidelines for mental health evaluationExpand
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Group-level interventions for persons living with HIV: a catalyst for individual change.
This study describes the perceived influence of group-level HIV interventions on persons living with HIV in Los Angeles, California. Funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention andExpand
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