Read this white paper to learn how complex it can be to work with a family experiencing child abuse, neglect, or substance abuse, the importance of family-based approaches to treatment and results of a randomized clinical trial.
Read this white paper to learn about Social Impact Bonds, including how they can help to fund expansion of evidence-based programs and help to dismantle the school-to-prison pipeline and a detailed cost-and-benefit analysis.
Read this white paper to learn how and why minority youth are disproportionately involved with the juvenile justice system. Learn about the outcomes of research with black and Latino youth and how MST can positively impact minority youth involved in the justice system.
Read this white paper to learn how MST is a top tier research-based intervention for reducing and eliminating substance abuse among teens, how MST therapists work with families to help remove their teens from problematic peer groups and support involvement in more age- appropriate pro-social activities, and how outcomes are predictable when you implement MST with fidelity.
Read this white paper to find out how MST works, the philosophy behind keeping kids in their home instead of sending them to lockup, and the importance of delivering services with fidelity.
If you are considering starting an MST team, this is a must-read white paper. It reviews the critical areas you need to consider in order to get a program off the ground and to ensure its long-term success.
The MST approach to putting juvenile offenders on the right path has been shown to be extremely effective in terms of its success rate, decrease in crime and keeping down costs. The question becomes how can communities and organizations pay for MST programs? This white paper provides the answer.
Read this white paper to learn about Missouri Delinquency Project findings on MST, how a dollar spent on MST returned $1.18 to taxpayers, and about a family's experience with MST vs. individual therapy.
Read this success story to learn how MST is proven to reduce recidivism rates of siblings, produces cost-savings of $5.04 for every dollar spent, and how positive results last 25 years post treatment.