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Children’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Needs Assessment for St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund

Children’s Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Needs Assessment for St. Louis County Children’s Service Fund - Document

Principal Investigator: Sale, Elizabeth W.

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The Children’s Service Fund of St. Louis County funded a needs assessment in 2012 to explore the perceived mental health needs of parents, students, and provider agencies. The study was conducted by the Applied Research Collaborative that included faculty from UMSL, specifically at MIMH, the Public Policy Research Center, School of Social Work and Department of Political Science, and St. Louis University. The needs assessment was conducted through surveys, in-person interviews, focus groups and analysis of existing secondary data.

 

 

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