Accountability Factors Associated with the Delivery of Mental Health Services to Children
- Gwenelle Styles O'Neal
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This study describes a sample of children served in a community mental health center and identifies factors associated with the delivery of services to them. The data are from a 1993 sample. Results of the analysis indicate the number of sessions, total services and referrals are associated with the presence of treatment plans for children.
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Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal
Volume 15, Issue 3 , pp 227-239
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