This descriptive study examined programs designed to provide mental health-related preventive services to at-risk adolescents. Qualitative interviews were conducted with state and local program directors and key personnel in public health and mental health departments and academic researchers who have initiated preventive services.
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Sara M. Buckelew, Jennifer Yu, Abigail English & Claire D. Brindis
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