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Journal Articles

 

The following journal articles were co-authored by members of the Youth Villages Research Department:

  • Barth, R, Greeson, J, Guo, S, Green, R, Hurley, S, and Sisson, J. (2007). Changes in family functioning and child behavior following intensive in-home therapy. Children and Youth Services Review (29)988-1009. PDF, Issuu.com
     
  • Greeson, J. K. P., Shenyang Guo, Barth, R. P., Hurley, S., & Sisson, J. (2009). Contributions of Therapist Characteristics and Stability to Intensive In-home Therapy Youth Outcomes. Research on Social Work Practice, 19(2), 239-250. PDF, Issuu.com
     
  • Barth, R, Greeson, J, Guo, S, Green, R, Hurley, S, and Sisson, J. (2007). Outcomes for youth receiving intensive in-home therapy or residential care:  A comparison using propensity scores. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 77(4):  497-505. PDF, Issuu.com 

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Youth Villages is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families live successfully. We help more than 22,000 children and families each year from more than 20 states and Washington, D.C. Our Evidentiary Family Restoration® approach involves intensive work with the child and family, a focus on measuring outcomes, keeping children in the community whenever safely possible, and providing accountability to families and funders. The EFR approach produces lasting success for children with success rates twice that of traditional services at one-third the cost of traditional care.
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