Research Spotlight: Investigating the effects of evidence-based sexual health programs for juvenile justice and child welfare systems

Research Spotlight: Investigating the effects of evidence-based sexual health programs for juvenile justice and child welfare systems

By Allie Long TXICFW’s Monica Faulkner, and Laura Marra, recently published on the first known study that explored ways in which formalized sexual education programs affect youth in juvenile justice and foster care settings. What’s the problem? Research has shown that this population of developing adolescents are more likely to have sex earlier than their… Read more »

Combs, K.M., Aparicio, E.M., Prince, D.M., Grinnell-Davis, C., Marra, L. & Faulkner, M. (2019) Evidence-based sexual health programs for youth involved with juvenile justice and child welfare systems: Outcomes across settings, Children and Youth Services Review (100), p. 64-69.

Research Spotlight: Investigating the effects of evidence-based sexual health programs for juvenile justice and child welfare systems

Combs, K.M., Aparicio, E.M., Prince, D.M., Grinnell-Davis, C., Marra, L. & Faulkner, M. (2019) Evidence-based sexual health programs for youth involved with juvenile justice and child welfare systems: Outcomes across settings, Children and Youth Services Review (100), p. 64-69. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2019.02.032   To read a brief research highlight on this article, click here.