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Perceived Barriers to Mental Health Services among Detained Youth. Juvenile Justice Bulletin. NCJ 248522.

@inproceedings{Abram2015PerceivedBT,
  title={Perceived Barriers to Mental Health Services among Detained Youth. Juvenile Justice Bulletin. NCJ 248522.},
  author={Karen M. Abram and Leah D. Paskar and Jason J. Washburn and Linda A. Teplin and Naomi A. Zwecker and Nicole M. Azores-Gococo},
  year={2015}
}
  • Karen M. Abram, Leah D. Paskar, +3 authors Nicole M. Azores-Gococo
  • Published 2015
  • Psychology
  • This bulletin series presents the results of the Northwestern Juvenile Project, the first large-scale, prospective longitudinal study of drug, alcohol, and psychiatric disorders in a diverse sample of juvenile detainees. Individual bulletins examine topics such as suicidal behaviors in youth in detention, posttraumatic stress disorder and trauma among this population, functional impairment in youth after detention, and barriers for youth who need to receive mental health services. 

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