Interventions to improve student mental health : a literature review to guide evaluation of California's mental health prevention and early intervention initiative /

The authors review data on the prevalence of youth mental health disorders and schools⁰́₉ use of student mental health (SMH) programs. They also describe the role of schools in addressing SMH concerns and outline a conceptual model for guiding evaluation of SMH programs. Finally, they touch on issue...

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Main Authors: Stein, Bradley D. (Author), Sontag-Padilla, Lisa (Author), Osilla, Karen Chan (Author), Woodbridge, Michelle W. (Author), Kase, Courtney (Author), Jaycox, Lisa (Author), D'Amico, Elizabeth J. (Author), Cerully, Jennifer L. (Author), Eberhart, Nicole K., 1978- (Author), Golan, Shari (Author)
Corporate Authors: RAND Health., Rand Corporation.
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Santa Monica, CA : RAND, 2012.
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