SYRPSurvey of Youth in Residential Placement (National Criminal Justice Reference Service)
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SYRP analysts combined the interview answers with administrative data about facility characteristics and services and about which youths lived with each other in the same unit.
In contrast, available general population rates for SYRP's age range indicate that 6 percent to 17 percent of youths have had serious suicidal thoughts in the past 12 months, (7), (8) and 3 percent to 10 percent have attempted suicide at some point in their lives.
The SYRP findings have implications for improving services, conditions and policies; the following are several key recommendations:
SYRP also documents considerable unevenness in the qualifications of mental health providers.
SYRP documented extensive substance abuse problems in the custody population, but existing intervention and treatment programs are not serving large sectors of youths who need them.
SYRP finds that most youths in custody spend fewer hours in school than their peers in the general population and that youths who are below normal grade level are no more likely to attend school in custody.
With a SYRP, such short-term needs are not an issue, except perhaps as you approach retirement.
But even a taxable SYRP doesn't have to generate much in the way of taxes if it's invested in a mutual fund like Dreyfus Appreciation (DGAGX) with an average annual turnover of just 8 percent, an indication that a typical stock is held for 12 years.
Be my guest, but recognize the Schumpeterian truth: Some companies are going to vaporize over the decades, and you'll have to pay attention to your holdings and make adjustments to your SYRP. Just remember that the key is to pour it on.
Preliminary analyses of the 2003 SYRP data show that most candidates for youth reentry programs said they had at least one prior commitment (62 percent).
As part of the SYRP interviews, youths were asked a series of questions designed to detect several different types of emotional problems.
of Rockville, Md., conducted the first Survey of Youth in Residential Placement (SYRP) in spring 2003.