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Synthesis of Research and Resources to Support At-Risk Youth

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  • Heather Koball
  • Robin Dion
  • Andrew Gothro
  • Maura Bardos
  • Amy Dworsky
  • Jiffy Lansing
  • Matthew Stagner
  • Danijela Korom-Djakovic
  • Carla Herrera
  • Alice Elizabeth Manning

Abstract

This report for the Youth Demonstration Development Project highlights what is known broadly about the needs, circumstances, and outcomes for at-risk youth; theoretical perspectives and intervention approaches to serve them, including risk/resilience and capital development frameworks; and the Administration for Children and Families' programs that serve at-risk youth.

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  • Heather Koball & Robin Dion & Andrew Gothro & Maura Bardos & Amy Dworsky & Jiffy Lansing & Matthew Stagner & Danijela Korom-Djakovic & Carla Herrera & Alice Elizabeth Manning, "undated". "Synthesis of Research and Resources to Support At-Risk Youth," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 8353b63284d94941bcb778e1c, Mathematica Policy Research.
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