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- ISBN: 9780190299217
- ISBN: 0190299215
- ISBN: 9780190299224
- ISBN: 0190299223
- Physical Description: xvi, 354 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Publisher: New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
- Copyright: ©2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Foreword / Francis T. Cullen -- Section One: ... Read More
Scholars and policymakers increasingly call for ... Read More
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|Subject:||Juvenile delinquents > United States > Social conditions.
Youth > Mental health services > United States.
Community health services > United States.
Behavior modification > United States.
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|100||1||.||‡aFagan, Abigail A., ‡eauthor.|
|245||1||0.||‡aCommunities that care : ‡bbuilding community engagement and capacity to prevent youth behavior problems / ‡cAbigail A. Fagan, J. David Hawkins, Richard F. Catalano, David P. Farrington.|
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|505||0||0.||‡tForeword / ‡rFrancis T. Cullen -- ‡gSection One: ‡tOverview of the communities that care system : theoretical basis, development, evaluation, and comparison to other community-based preventive interventions -- ‡tCommunity-based prevention of youth behavioral health problems -- ‡tTheoretical perspectives guiding the development and evaluation of CTC -- ‡tThe development and evaluation of CTC -- ‡gSection Two: ‡tImplementing CTC and similar community-based preventive interventions -- ‡tThe importance of readiness and high-functioning coalitions in community-based prevention -- ‡tImproving community capacity to conduct comprehensive prevention needs assessments -- ‡tIncreasing the use of evidence-based interventions to reduce youth behavioral health problems -- ‡tEnsuring high quality implementation and sustainability of evidence-based interventions and coalitions -- ‡gSection Three: ‡tEvaluating CTC -- ‡tFindings from the community youth development study -- ‡tA state-wide effectiveness trial of CTC in Pennsylvania -- ‡gSection Four: ‡tMoving forward: what is needed to successfully implement CTC and other community-based prevention systems? -- ‡tThe future of CTC and community-based prevention.|
|520||8||.||‡aScholars and policymakers increasingly call for evidence-based, prevention-oriented, and community-driven approaches to improve public health and reduce youth crime, substance use, and related problems. However, few functional models exist. In 'Communities that Care', four leading experts on prevention describe one such system to illustrate how communities effectively engage in prevention activities. Communities That Care (CTC) is a coalition-based prevention system implemented successfully in dozens of communities across the world that promotes healthy development and reduces crime rates for youth. Drawing on literature from criminology, community psychology, and prevention science this book describes the conditions and actions necessary for effective community-based prevention. The authors illustrate how effective community-based prevention can be undertaken by describing how the CTC prevention system has been developed, implemented, evaluated, and disseminated across the U.S. and internationally. Communities that Care shares invaluable lessons about the implementation and evaluation of community-level interventions and establishes a set of best practices for anyone seeking to engage in and/or evaluate effective prevention efforts.|
|504||.||‡aIncludes bibliographical references and index.|
|650||0.||‡aJuvenile delinquents ‡zUnited States ‡xSocial conditions.|
|650||0.||‡aYouth ‡xMental health services ‡zUnited States.|
|650||0.||‡aCommunity health services ‡zUnited States.|
|650||0.||‡aBehavior modification ‡zUnited States.|
|700||1||.||‡aHawkins, J. David, ‡eauthor.|
|700||1||.||‡aCatalano, Richard F., ‡eauthor.|
|700||1||.||‡aFarrington, David P., ‡eauthor.|
|700||1||.||‡aCullen, Francis T., ‡ewriter of foreword.|
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