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Title: Working With High-Risk Youth in Prevention and Early Intervention Programs: Toward a Comprehensive Wellness Model
Journal: Adolescence  Volume:23  Issue:91  Dated:(Fall 1988)  Pages:643-660
Author(s): R C Mills; R G Dunham; G P Alpert
Date Published: 1988
Page Count: 18
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice/
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Type: Research (Theoretical)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Societal problems resulting from school dropouts, teenage pregnancy, drug abuse, suicide and other health-damaging behavior are increasing, along with the financial costs.
Abstract: This paper presents a theory of youth development and learning, and an integrated, interactive and reciprocal model for the prevention of health-damaging behavior. (Author abstract)
Main Term(s): Juvenile delinquency prevention
Index Term(s): Mental health; Youth development
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