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Johns Hopkins University Children's Center

Baltimore, MD
Joined in November 2003

About Us

The Steppin’ Up Program, a Johns Hopkins Children's Center research project, is part of a larger study which includes three main objectives: 1) to develop a school-based program for middle school students involving a youth social skills/violence prevention curriculum, a group-mentor/coaching component, parent education sessions, and linkage to school and community services; 2) to identify students and randomize them to the intervention or comparison group; and 3) to assess the feasibility and effectiveness of implementing this intervention through youth and parent assessments with outcomes of reduced fighting, aggression, and problem behavior, and increased school engagement.

The Steppin’ Up Program, a Johns Hopkins Children's Center research project, is part of a larger study which includes three main objectives: 1) to develop a school-based program for middle school students involving a youth social skills…

Issue Areas Include

  • Children & Youth
  • Education
  • Health & Medicine

Location

  • 200 N. Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287, United States
    PMOB 2094

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