Implementing family-centered interventions within the public middle school: linking service delivery to change in student problem behavior.

@article{Stormshak2005ImplementingFI,
  title={Implementing family-centered interventions within the public middle school: linking service delivery to change in student problem behavior.},
  author={Elizabeth A. Stormshak and Thomas J. Dishion and John Light and Miwa Yasui},
  journal={Journal of abnormal child psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={723-33}
}
The Adolescent Transitions Program is a family-centered intervention strategy designed to reduce problem behavior and prevent drug use within a public school environment. A parent consultant within a Family Resource Center (FRC) provided universal, selected, and indicated interventions that enhanced and supported positive parenting practices known to serve as protective factors. Implementation of the 3-year FRC model involved 584 students and their families in 4 middle schools. Analyses focused… CONTINUE READING

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