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Relevant Reports and Publications - Governmental Sources

The United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime's (UNODC) Compilation of Evidence-Based Family Skills Training Programmes (2010) is a compiled list of those parenting programs that are the most rigorously scientifically tested and ranks by the number of RCTs which a programs have been found to be effective. MST has been included on this UN recommended list.

UK Home Office, headed by the Home Secretary and five other ministers, released a review looking into the growing problem of gangs and gang violence following the gang riots across cities in England.

The UK Department of Education provides the Commissioning / Parenting Toolkit that is a searchable online database of parenting programs available in England. Program ratings for the following MST treatment have been developed by the National Academy for Parenting Research (MAPR) based at King's College, London.

National Institute of Justice (NIJ) has established an interdisciplinary Crime Prevention Research Working Group to discuss and identify research issues, questions and gaps to be addressed in the field of crime prevention research. Working group members represent both researcher and practitioner communities.

National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

Office of the United States Surgeon General

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Worldwide Recognition

MST Research at a Glance

MST Research at a Glance (condensed version)

SAMHSA's Model program summary for Multisystemic Therapy

MST is a Blueprints for Violence Prevention Model Program

Annie E. Casey Foundation: "No Place for Kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile Incarceration"

 

Facts Sheets:

The following MST fact sheets can be downloaded in PDF version:

Multisystemic Therapy: An Overview

Multisystemic Therapy: Clinical Outcomes and Cost Savings

Multisystemic Therapy: How Is It Done?

Multisystemic Therapy: A Comparison With Other Treatment Approaches/p>

Multisystemic Therapy: Principles and Process

Multisystemic Therapy: Continuous Quality Improvement

The MST Treatment Model

Washington State Institute for Public Policy (WSIPP) - The institute conducts nonpartisan research using its own policy analysts and economists, specialists from universities and consultants to determine the cost benefit of treatment models.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)

National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)

CrimeSolutions.gov is a searchable online registry developed and maintained by the Office of Justice Programs which uses rigorous research to inform practitioners and policy makers about what works in criminal justice, juvenile justice, and crime victim services. This registry includes:

President's New Freedom Commission on Mental Health

Relevant Reports and Publications – Foundations and Private Organizations

National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI)

Mental Health America, previously known as the National Mental Health Association (NMHA), is dedicated to accelerating the translation of scientific knowledge to practice and policy implementation.

Maryland Disability Law Center

American Youth Policy Forum

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Magellan Health Services

Relevant Reports and Publications – Academic Institutions

FSRC - Family Services Research Center at the Medical University of South Carolina More than 350 journal articles, book chapters, and books available at no charge upon request with the exception of books and special journal issues.

Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development is a project of the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence at the University of Colorado, that identifies outstanding violence and drug prevention programs that meet a high scientific standard of effectiveness.

The National Implementation Research Network (NIRN) attempts to contribute to the best practices and science of implementation, organization change, and system reinvention to improve outcomes across the spectrum of human services.

The EPIS Center (Resource Center for Evidence-Based Prevention and Intervention Programs and Practices) is a project of the Prevention Research Center, College of Health and Human Development, and Penn State University.

John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York

For more, please visit the MST Worldwide Recognition web page.