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Evaluation of Bullyproofing Your School S. Menard, J. Grotpeter, D. Gianola, M. O'Nealot Evaluates Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS), a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence at the elementary and middle school level and highlights the differences between BPYS and other anti-bullying programs.   January 2008
Evaluation of Bullyproofing Your School S. Menard, J. Grotpeter, D. Gianola, M. O'Nealot Evaluates Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS), a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence at the elementary and middle school level and highlights the differences between BPYS and other anti-bullying programs.   January 2008
Event Announcement Postcard Rural Children's Initiative - UTurn Youth Advocates (Texas) Sample postcard advertising an upcoming event for teens.   April 2009
Examining the Relationship Between Family Run Organizations and Non-Family Organization Patners in Systems of Care Katherine Lazear and René Anderson This report explores the relationship and strategies of family-run organizations and non-family-run organizations partners in systems of care in developing family voice and implementing family -driven sources.   Winter 2008
Examining the Relationship Between Family-Run Organizations & Non-Family Organization Partners Katherine Lazear, Rene Anderson Represents the strategies and realities of six family run organizations and their non-family-run organization partners as they address a number of key elements of family voice in systems of care.   Winter 2008
Expanding Resources for Children III: Research-Based Best Practices in Adoption by Gays and Lesbians Brodzinsky This resources offers best practice guidelines for supporting gay and lesbian adoptive parents.   2011
Experiences and Well-Being of Sexual and Gender Diverse Youth in Foster Care in New York City Theo G. M. Sandfort the study aimed to determine the proportion of lgBtQAi+ youth in foster care in new york city and whether the experiences of lgBtQAi+ youth in foster care differ from those of youth who are not lgBtQAi+. A telephone survey was conducted among youth, 13 to 21 years old, who were in foster care in new york city at the time of the survey (september – november 2019). the survey questionnaire included questions about the sexual and gender status, demographic characteristics, characteristics of the youth’s placement in foster care, the youth’s social connections, and their well-being. collected data about youths’ sexual and gender status were linked to Acs administrative data, to further explore differences between lgBtQAi+ youth and non-lgBtQAi+ youth in foster care.   November 2020
Experiences of Peer Support for Children and Adolescents Whose Parents and Siblings Have Mental Illness Kim Foster, RN, PhD, Peter Lewis, RN, PhD, DipAppSc (Nursing), BA, and Andrea McCloughen, PhD, MN (Mental Health), BN This study aimed to explore children’s and adolescents’ perspectives of the ON FIRE peer support program.   2014


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