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Scaling-Up Evidence-Based Programs Using a Public Funding Stream - a Randomized Trial of Functional Family Therapy for Court-Involved Youth
(NCJ 252625) October 2018
Grant, 14 page(s)
Denise C. Gottfredson, Brook Kearley, Terence P. Thornberry, Molly Slothower, Deanna Devlin, Jamie J. Fader
This study assesses the costs and benefits to using Medicaid funding to implement a well-known evidence-based program, Functional Family Therapy (FFT), with a sample of juvenile justice-involved youth.