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Communities that CareBuilding Community Engagement and Capacity to Prevent Youth Behavior Problems$
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Abigail A. Fagan, J. David Hawkins, David P. Farrington, and Richard F. Catalano

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780190299217

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2018

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780190299217.001.0001

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Findings From the Community Youth Development Study

Findings From the Community Youth Development Study

Chapter:
(p.179) 8 Findings From the Community Youth Development Study
Source:
Communities that Care
Author(s):

Abigail A. Fagan

J. David Hawkins

Richard F. Catalano

David P. Farrington

Publisher:
Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190299217.003.0008

This chapter describes a randomized controlled trial of the CTC system to show that it is possible to use this type of rigorous methodology to evaluate a community-based prevention system. This project, the Community Youth Development Study (CYDS), involved 24 communities in seven U.S. states. The methods used to recruit communities and state-level partners to the trial, as well as the measures used to collect data from community key leaders, service providers, coalition leaders, and youth in CTC and control communities, are described. The chapter also summarizes the study’s findings, including desired changes in community-level processes, youth-reported risk and protective factors, and youth-reported behavioral health problems. Estimates of CTC’s cost benefits are provided.

Keywords:   Community Youth Development Study, cost-benefit analysis, efficacy trial, mediation, moderation, randomized controlled trial, longitudinal panel

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