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Vectoring for True North: Building a Research Base on Family Support Kimberly Eaton Hoagwood, Barbara J. Burns This report exmaines problems family face when attempting to receive mental health services. It also addresses how the health care reform is trying to address these problems and outline contributions others are making to address these problems.   2013
Vital Signs: Prevalence of Multiple Forms of Violence and Increased Health Risk Behaviors and Conditions Among Youths — United States, 2019 Corinne David-Ferdon, PhD Introduction: Experiencing violence, especially multiple types of violence, can have a negative impact on youths’ development. These experiences increase the risk for future violence and other health problems associated with the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among adolescents and adults. Conclusions and implications for public health practice: Many youths experience multiple types of violence, with potentially lifelong health impacts. Violence is preventable using proven approaches that address individual, family, and environmental risks. Prioritizing violence prevention is strategic to promoting adolescent and adult health.   February 2021


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