Patterns of movement for youth within an integrated continuum of residential services.

@article{Huefner2010PatternsOM,
  title={Patterns of movement for youth within an integrated continuum of residential services.},
  author={Jonathan C. Huefner and Sigrid S James and Jay L. Ringle and Ronald W. Thompson and Daniel L Daly},
  journal={Children and youth services review},
  year={2010},
  volume={32 6}
}
This study examined patterns of movement for youth receiving services within a continuum of intensive and restrictive residentially-based programs. Data were collected for 701 completed episodes of care within a three-program residential continuum of care over a 5 year period, and examined time within program, movement between programs, in-program disruptive behavior, and discharge status. Results showed that most youth either remained in a stable placement in the least restrictive of the… CONTINUE READING

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