3 edition of Intervening with high-risk youth found in the catalog.
Intervening with high-risk youth
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice in [Washington D.C.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Intervening with high risk youth, National Institute of Justice research preview|
|Statement||by Adele Harrell|
|Contributions||National Institute of Justice (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
This is a family-based prevention and intervention program for dysfunctional youth, ages 11 to 18, who are justice-involved or at risk for delinquency, violence, substance use, or other behavioral problems. The program is rated Effective. Program par. For example, the IMP intervention will discuss drug and alcohol expectancies as they pertain to IMP, as well as promote the development of cognitive behavioural skills that are most relevant to cognitive control and response inhibition, whereas the AS intervention will challenge expectancies related to the positive nature of anxiolytic substances, while also helping high-risk youth learn to Cited by:
procedures for intervening with a student potentially at risk for suicide are essential for administrators, faculty, and staff. School-based suicide intervention strategies consist of those school-related activities that are designed to appropriately and effectively handle a student presently making a suicidal threat and/or attempt (4).File Size: KB. The book addresses current evidence-based research regarding youth violence and disseminates promising strategies for assessment, prevention, and interventions for at-risk youth. TheoreticalAuthor: Kathryn Seifert.
of children, youth, families, and communities that affect family strength, child wellbeing, and youth development. The Therapeutic Crisis Intervention System is one of several programs delivered by the BCTR relevant to the lives of children, families, and care agencies. In the early s, under a File Size: KB. At-risk behaviors are the biggest single problem with youth today, a topic of growing importance in the fields of both counseling and education. Whether the term "at-risk" connotates a local school districts problems with youth suicide and school dropout, the correction systems concerns about juvenile delinquency, or the health systems concerns with teen pregnancy, child abuse, and AIDS, the.
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Describes a program for older adolescents exhibiting substance use problems. After initial assessment and referral, most patients enter outpatient treatment groups.
Groups fulfill three purposes: (1) Staff monitors clients; (2) Help clients recognize the promise of recovery; and (3) Change behavior. Difficulties of working with multiple community agencies also by: Intervening With High-Risk Youth: Preliminary Findings From the Children-at-Risk Program.
NCJ Number. Date Published. April Author(s) A Harrell. Annotation. The Children at Risk (CAR) program, a drug and delinquency prevention program, targets high-risk adolescents between 11 and 13 years of age who live in distressed neighborhoods. Intervening Early in Psychosis: A Team Approach: Medicine & Health Science Books @ Young people at clinical high risk of developing psychosis, or those with a recent onset of psychosis, can benefit from a range of tailored interventions each emphasizing recovery and return to functioning.
resource for 5/5(2). Intervening with High-Risk Youth. Preliminary Findings from the Children-at-Risk Program. National Institute of Justice Research Preview. Harrell, Adele. The Children-at-Risk program (CAR), a drug and delinquency prevention program, targets high-risk adolescents aged Cited by: 1.
Intervening with high risk youth: a program model. Davis RB(1), Wolfe H, Orenstein A, Bergamo P, Buetens K, Fraster B, Hogan J, MacLean A, Ryan M.
Author information: (1)CASPAR Alcohol and Drug Education Program, Somerville, Massachusetts Cited by: This comprehensive volume also features a fascinating and thorough introduction on the history of drug use, giving the reader a frame of reference for understanding drug-involved youth and options for intervention.
Prevention of other high-risk behaviors, including those that increase risk of contracting HIV, are also considered.\" \"Intervening With Drug-Involved Youth is an essential resource for drug.
D.S.W. from U. of Maryland. Chairman of Administration of Justice Department. Author or co-author of ten books, many in second or third editions, among them: Moraskin/Roberts: Visions for Change: Crime and Justice in the Twenty-First Century 2ND (PH,pp.
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intervention, and pro-social skill building for high-risk youth. Consistent with Roca’s model, the review considers not only programming, but the engagement of individuals and institutions in the change process.
Of note, Roca identifies itself as a youth development organization, not. It provides perspectives from community-based youth work, law enforcement, and juvenile justice. We sometimes lay out the elements of intervention work that we feel are necessary for success, and at other times we pose questions in order to inspire discussion.
Intervention is an important component on the criminal and juvenile justice Size: KB. EFFECTIVE PROGRAM PRACTICES FOR AT-RISK YOUTH James Klopovic, M.A., M.P.A. MichaelPh.D. This book may not be reproduced in part or in whole by any process with- Effective Program Practices for Involving Parents of Elementary School StudentsFile Size: KB.
In essence, intervening early “not only saves young lives from being wasted,” but also prevents the onset of adult criminal careers and reduces the likelihood of youth.
“Kevin Powell's new book, A Strengths-Based Approach for Intervention with At-Risk Youth, is the type of book that every practitioner who works with youth should have on the shelf.
In Part 1 of the book, Dr Powell takes us briefly through an overview of the strengths based approaches, including the research base pertaining to strengths-based work. This alternative approach to scheduling, which enables our high-risk population to succeed on a week-by-week basis, has resulted in increased achievement.
In the first year, we were able to reduce the failure rate from Fs earned by students to 17 Fs earned by 10 students. The purpose of this literary review was to research at-risk youth to gain a better understanding of the difficulties and challenges that co-exist with this problem, particularly the increasing numbers of high school dropouts that has reached crisis proportions.
The situation requires serious work be done to help combat the dropout Size: KB. This text provides the conceptual and practical information on key issues and problems you will need to prepare effectively for work with at-risk youth.
The authors describe and discuss the latest prevention and intervention techniques that will help you perform your job successfully and improve the lives of young people at risk.4/5. youth crime and violence, substance abuse, gangs, school dropouts, academic performance, and other issues associated with “at-risk youth.” Common sense and years of research suggest that at-risk youth and their families have multiple needs and interrelated problem behaviors that.
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The High Risk Youth Network (HRYN), now hosted by MassHousing, is a resource for organizations and providers serving youth at high risk in the City of more information about the Network and available resources, please contact Sylvette Betancourt at [email protected] Intervening with high-risk youth: preliminary findings from the Children-at-Risk-Program: summary of a presentation Author: Adele Harrell ; National Institute of Justice (U.S.).
Suggested Citation: "10 GOOD PRACTICE: COMMUNITY-BASED INTERVENTIONS AND SERVICES." National Research Council. Losing Generations: Adolescents in High-Risk Settings. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / As detailed throughout this report, many of the major institutions, or settings, in which adolescents are.
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