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|Title: ||Brief Strategic Family Therapy in Maryland: FY 2014 Implementation Report|
|Authors: ||The Institute for Innovation & Implementation|
|Publisher: ||University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work|
|Citation: ||Farrell, J., Betsinger, S., Chen, D., Acuna, R., Lowther, J., & Zabel, M. (2015). Brief Strategic Family Therapy in Maryland: FY2014 Implementation Report. Baltimore, MD: The Institute for Innovation & Implementation|
|Abstract: ||Brief Strategic Family Therapy (BSFT) is one of five prioritized evidence-based practices selected by Maryland's Children's Cabinet with the goal of providing empirically-supported community-based practices that address key outcomes for youth and families (e.g. delinquency, family functioning, etc.) Since fiscal year (FY) 2011, The Institute for Innovation & Implementation has supported BSFT implementation in Maryland, providing technical assistance and data reporting to providers and stakeholders. The following report summarizes BSFT utilization, fidelity, and outcomes in Maryland for FY14.|
|Subject Keywords: ||Family Therapy|
|Description: ||Data on outcomes for youth in Brief Strategic Family Therapy in Baltimore, Carrol and Prince George's Counties. Includes demographics, history of involvement with Department of Social Services and Department of Juvenile Services, frequency of treatment, and referral sources.|
|Table of Content: ||Introduction: Purpose of this Report; What is Brief Strategic Family Therapy?: BSFT Implementation Support: Assessing BSFT Utilization and Outcomes; Utilization Data; Fidelity Data; Outcomes Data: Where Was BSFT Offered in Maryland?: Youth Who Started BSFT; Referral Sources; Funding Sources; Waitlisted Youth; Global Admission Length (Initial Case Processing) Characteristics of Youth; Involvement with the Juvenile Justice System; Involvement with the Child Welfare System: BSFT Model Fidelity; BSFT Discharges and Outcomes; Average Number of Sessions and Length of Stay; Ultimate Outcomes at Discharge; Juvenile and or Criminal Justice System Involvement During Treatment; Post-Discharge Outcomes; Subsequent Involvement with the Juvenile and or Criminal Justice Systems; Subsequent Involvement with the Child Welfare System ; FY14 BSFT Implementations in Maryland: Successes & Challenges; Utilization; Fidelity; Outcomes; References.|
|Appears in Collections:||Family Engagement and Leadership|
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