Where are Bridges Needed: Relationships Between Youth and Adult Services Before Strengthening the Transition SystemSystems and Psychosocial Advances Research Center Publications and Presentations
UMMS AffiliationDepartment of Psychiatry
Medical Subject HeadingsMental Health Services; Community Mental Health Services; Adult; Adolescent; Adolescent Health Services
AbstractCitation: Davis, M., Johnsen, M., Koroloff, N., Starrett, B. E., McKay, C., Pullmann, M., Sondheimer, D., & Gordon, L. (2005). Where are bridges needed? Relationships between youth and adult services before strengthening the transition system. Report on the interrelationships of agencies in a Center for Mental Health Services Partnerships for Youth Transition Grant Site. Center for Mental Health Services, Rockville, MD: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Summary: This report summarizes the nature of the relationships between organizations and agencies in Clark County, WA, that could form a system of services to support youth and young adults with serious mental health conditions during the ages of the transition from adolescence to adulthood (ages 14‐25).
Citation InformationMaryann Davis, Matthew Johnsen, Nancy Koroloff, Barbara E. Starrett, et al.. "Where are Bridges Needed: Relationships Between Youth and Adult Services Before Strengthening the Transition System" (2005)
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