Multi-Agency Community Services Information System (MACSIS) data were collected to assess types and quantities of services utilized by SCY youth, including room and board for residential treatment, intensive outpatient, individual, group, and family counseling, and case management units.
Although high scores on the nine GAIN-I measures demonstrate elevated levels of multiple problems for the detention center youth served in the Cuyahoga County SCY project, these youth are not a homogenous group.
At 12-month follow-up, youth served in the Cuyahoga County SCY model showed statistically significant decreases on key outcome indicators typically used by three of the major child-serving systems.
The Cuyahoga County SCY Project provided community leaders with an abundance of local data regarding the complex, comorbid needs of juvenile justice youth.
from SCY slopes were compared to estimate whether selection acts in
the numbers of middle-aged adults in SCY were significantly lower than
fact, SCY is much easier to reach than is NCY, and excess human
Vegetative growth in both NCY and SCY was measured and compared for