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  • Study looks at how mental health care affects outcomes for foster children

    Jung Min Park, left, and Joe Ryan, both professors of social work, followed 5,978 children in foster care in Illinois for several years to determine whether these children's placement and permanency outcomes were affected by their histories of intensive mental health treatment.

    Jung Min Park, left, and Joe Ryan, both professors of social work, followed 5,978 children in foster care in Illinois for several years to determine whether these children's placement and permanency outcomes were affected by their histories of intensive mental health treatment.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Jung Min Park, left, and Joe Ryan, both professors of social work, followed 5,978 children in foster care in Illinois for several years to determine whether these children's placement and permanency outcomes were affected by their histories of intensive mental health treatment.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      Social Work professor Joseph P. Ryan.

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