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Narrative Review: Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Homeless Youth-What Do We Know About Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevalence and Risk?
Caccamo A, et al. Sex Transm Dis 2017 - Review. PMID 28703725 Free PMC article.
METHODS: We identified 10 peer-reviewed articles (9 unique studies) reporting STD prevalence among homeless US youth (2000-2015). ...Overall STD prevalence among homeless youth ranged from 6% to 32%. STD rates for girls varied from 16.7% to 46%, and from 9% to 13.1% in boys. ...
METHODS: We identified 10 peer-reviewed articles (9 unique studies) reporting STD prevalence among homeless US youth (2000-201 …
Psychological Interventions for Runaway and Homeless Youth.
Noh D. J Nurs Scholarsh 2018 - Review. PMID 29971967
PURPOSE: In this review we examined previous studies of psychological interventions for runaway and homeless youth and evaluated the effectiveness of these interventions in terms of mental health outcomes. ...Mental health nurses should assess the mental health status of runaway and homeless youth and provide timely and effective interventions....
PURPOSE: In this review we examined previous studies of psychological interventions for runaway and homeless youth and evaluat …
Electronic case management with homeless youth.
Bender K, et al. Eval Program Plann 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25748603
Case management, a widely practiced form of service brokerage, is associated with a variety of positive outcomes for homeless youth, but it may be difficult to implement, as youth face logistical barriers to attending in-person meetings. ...The use of ECM, particularly of texting, offers promising implications for providing services to homeless youth....
Case management, a widely practiced form of service brokerage, is associated with a variety of positive outcomes for homeless yout
Enhancing Risk Detection Among Homeless Youth: A Randomized Clinical Trial of a Promising Pilot Intervention.
Bender KA, et al. J Interpers Violence 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 26940348
Homeless youth frequently experience victimization, and youth with histories of trauma often fail to detect danger risks, making them vulnerable to subsequent victimization. The current study describes a pilot test of a skills-based intervention designed to improve risk detection among homeless youth through focusing attention to internal, interpersonal, and environmental cues. ...
Homeless youth frequently experience victimization, and youth with histories of trauma often fail to detect danger risk
Incarceration history, social network composition, and substance use among homeless youth in Los Angeles.
Zhao Q, et al. J Addict Dis 2018. PMID 30592248 Free PMC article.
Incarceration is a highly prevalent stressor for homeless youth. Its effect on youth's social network composition and substance use, however, has been neglected. ...Discussion: Incarceration history should be taken to a more central place in future research and practice with homeless youth in the United States....
Incarceration is a highly prevalent stressor for homeless youth. Its effect on youth's social network composition and s …
U.S. Minority Homeless Youth's Access to and Use of Mobile Phones: Implications for mHealth Intervention Design.
Jennings L, et al. J Health Commun 2016. PMID 27232544
Few interventions for homeless youth have leveraged the potential of mHealth technologies, in part because of the limited data on phone behaviors, perceptions, and intervention preferences among youth experiencing homelessness. We conducted 9 focus groups (n = 52 homeless youth) and 41 individual structured interviews also with homeless youth in underserved communities in Baltimore and Washington, DC, to ascertain how youth perceived their mobile phone, acquired and maintained mobile services over time, and thought mHealth programs for this population should be designed. ...
Few interventions for homeless youth have leveraged the potential of mHealth technologies, in part because of the limited data …
A comparison of risk factors for various forms of trauma in the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and heterosexual homeless youth.
Tyler KA and Schmitz RM. J Trauma Dissociation 2018. PMID 29601290 Free PMC article.
Numerous homeless youth experience trauma prior to leaving home and while on the street. Bullying and trading sex (i.e. exchanging sexual favors for survival items such as food) are additional forms of trauma experienced by many homeless youth. ...LGB youth are over-represented among homeless youth populations and are also more likely to trade sex; therefore, these young people need services that are widely accessible and specific to their needs....
Numerous homeless youth experience trauma prior to leaving home and while on the street. Bullying and trading sex (i.e. exchan …
Pet ownership among homeless youth: associations with mental health, service utilization and housing status.
Rhoades H, et al. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev 2015. PMID 24728815 Free PMC article.
As many as 25 % of homeless persons have pets. To our knowledge, pet ownership has not been studied quantitatively with homeless youth. This study examined pet ownership among 398 homeless youth utilizing two Los Angeles drop-in centers. Twenty-three percent of homeless youth had a pet. ...
As many as 25 % of homeless persons have pets. To our knowledge, pet ownership has not been studied quantitatively with homeless
Mental Health of Homeless Youth: Moderation by Peer Victimization and Teacher Support.
Armstrong JM, et al. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev 2018. PMID 29445938
The link between youth homelessness and mental health functioning was examined using state population-representative 2015 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) data. ...This study supports the utility of the YRBS for gaining understanding of the experiences and needs of youth experiencing homelessness and adds to the growing literature on predictors of individual differences in mental health functioning of these vulnerable youth....
The link between youth homelessness and mental health functioning was examined using state population-representative 2015 Youth
Improving mental health services for homeless youth in downtown Montreal, Canada: Partnership between a local network and ACCESS Esprits ouverts (Open Minds), a National Services Transformation Research Initiative.
Abdel-Baki A, et al. Early Interv Psychiatry 2019. PMID 31243907 Free PMC article.
AIM: In many parts of the world, there is growing concern about youth homelessness. Homeless youth are particularly vulnerable to psychological distress, substance use and mental disorders, and premature mortality caused by suicide and drug overdose. ...Nonetheless, this program serves as an example of an innovative, much-needed, community-oriented model for improving access to mental health care for homeless youth....
AIM: In many parts of the world, there is growing concern about youth homelessness. Homeless youth are particularly vul …
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