Clinical outcomes of a children’s mental health managed care demonstration

The Fort Bragg Evaluation Project hypothesized that the mental health of children treated in the Demonstration’s continuum of care would improve more than that of children receiving traditional mental health services at a comparison site

E. Warren Lambert; Pamela R. Guthrie

2006

Scholarcy highlights

  • The Fort Bragg Evaluation Project hypothesized that the mental health of children treated in the Demonstration’s continuum of care would improve more than that of children receiving traditional mental health services at a comparison site
  • For the evaluation sample ofN=984 treated children aged 5–17, site differences favored the Comparison about as often as the Demonstration. Children at both sites improved, but there was no overall superiority in mental health outcomes at the Demonstration

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