Long-term Community Adaptation of Children and Youth Receiving Residential Mental Health Services
Faculty of Social Work
The Life Domain Series describes the community adaptation of children and youth graduating from residential and intensive family service children’s mental health programs in multiple life domains (education and work, social involvements, family and health). This full length report presents evidence from the first and second phases of longitudinal research about how children who were involved with residential and intensive family service mental health programs are doing in school and at work.
Preyde, M., Cameron, G., Frensch, K. M., & Hazineh, L. (2008). Life Domain Research Report Series: Youth and Parent Health and Well-Being. Waterloo,ON: Wilfrid Laurier University, Partnerships for Children and Families Project (Long Term Community Adaptation of Children and Families Participating in Residential and Intensive Family Service Children’s Mental Health Programs).