Initiative Description: The goals of the SBCSP are to: ~a! increase family involvement and stability in support
of their child’s educational achievement, ~b! improve the child’s social and behavioral
functioning, and ~c! improve school attendance and academic performance. program staff are on site either in the school or the community working with children and their families providing the following array of services: diagnostic assessment, individualized treatment planning, prevention and psycho-educational training, comprehensive case management services to children and families ~i.e., individual CSP: assistance in crisis situations, assessment, linkage, coordination0referral of children and families to other community based services.
Study Results: Significant reductions in conduct disordered behavior, attention deficit/hyperactivity, and depression symptoms.
Reference: Hussey, D. L., & Guo, S. (2003). Measuring behavior change in young children receiving intensive school-based mental health services. Journal of Community Psychology, 31(6), 629-639.
Level of Evidence: Good