Mental Health Archives - Page 2 of 8 - University of Nebraska Public Policy Center
Garner, B. R., Zehner, M, Roosa, M., Martino, S., Gotham, H. J., Ball, E. L. Stilen, P., Speck, K., Vandersloot, D., Rieckmann, T. R., Chaple, M., Martin, E. G., Kaiser, D. & Ford, J. H. (2017) Testing the implementation and sustainment facilitation (ISF) strategy as an effective adjunct to the Addiction Technology Transfer Center (ATTC) […]
Garner, B. R., Gotham, H. J., Tueller, S. J., Ball, E. L., Kaiser, D., Stilen, P., Speck, K., Vandersloot, D., Rieckmann, T. R., Chaple, M., Martin, E. G., & Marino, S. (2017). Testing the effectiveness of a motivational interviewing-based brief intervention for substance use as an adjunct to usual care in community-based AIDS service organizations: […]
Viñas-Racionero, R., Raghavan, C., Soria-Verde M. A., & Prat-Santaolària, R. (2017). Association between stalking and violence in a sample of Spanish partner violence cases. International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 61(5), 561-581. doi: 10.1177/0306624X15598165
Viljoen, J. L., Gray, A. L., Shaffer, C., Latzman, N. E., Scalora, M. J., & Ullman, D. (2017). Changes in J-SOAP-II and SAVRY scores over the course of residential, cognitive-behavioral treatment for adolescent sexual offending. Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment, 29(4), 342-374.
Ryan, T. J., Huss, M. T., & Scalora, M. J. (2017). Differentiating sexual offender type on measures of impulsivity and compulsivity. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 24(1-2), 108-125. doi: 10.1080/10720162.2016.1189863
Abdel-Monem, T., DeKraai, M., & Bulling, D. (2017). Privileged communications of military chaplains and mental health professionals: Case law of Military Rules of Evidence 503 and 513. Military Law Review, 225(1), 289-345.
The Nebraska System of Care (NeSOC) creates a comprehensive and sustainable system of care that is youth guided, family-driven, trauma-informed and culturally responsive to improve outcomes for children and youth with serious emotional disturbances and their families. Public Policy Center researchers will work with partners to collect service-level data on individuals and families to complete […]
Individuals with serious mental illness or substance use issues generally have more serious physical health problems than the general population; yet this population has difficulty accessing appropriate medical care through the traditional health care system. Lutheran Family Services and People’s Health Center have developed the Health 360 program, a new integrated approach which provides behavioral […]
The Public Policy Center will serve as the program evaluator for a three-year project aiming to end chronic homelessness in Lincoln, NE. Through a collaboration of Region V Behavioral Health Systems, CenterPointe, and the Mental Health Association, the project will provide housing, behavioral health treatment, and peer and employment supports to persons experiencing chronic homelessness […]
Shank, N., & Hoffman, S. (2016). Lincoln Vital Signs supplemental report: Behavioral health trends in Lincoln. Lincoln, Nebraska: University of Nebraska Public Policy Center. Unpublished report.