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Communities that Care provides an in-depth examination and illustrative examples of how communities can increase their capacity to engage in evidence-based, community-driven approaches to improve public health and prevent youth behavior problems.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Overview of the communities that care system : theoretical basis, development, evaluation, and comparison to other community-based preventive interventions Community-based prevention of youth behavioral health problems Theoretical perspectives guiding the development and evaluation of CTC The development and evaluation of CTC Implementing CTC and similar community-based preventive interventions The importance of readiness and high-functioning coalitions in community-based prevention Improving community capacity to conduct comprehensive prevention needs assessments Increasing the use of evidence-based interventions to reduce youth behavioral health problems Ensuring high quality implementation and sustainability of evidence-based interventions and coalitions Evaluating CTC Findings from the community youth development study A state-wide effectiveness trial of CTC in Pennsylvania Moving forward: what is needed to successfully implement CTC and other community-based prevention systems The future of CTC and community-based prevention.
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Print version: Fagan, Abigail A. Communities that care. New York, NY : Oxford University Press,