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  1. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Systems of Care: A Look at the National Evaluation Data May 19, 2005 Phyllis Gyamfi, Ph.D. & Bhuvana Sukumar, Ph.D. ORC Macro

  2. Referral Patterns by Race and Ethnicity (n = 1,899) (n = 2,223) (n = 3,851) (n = 162) (n = 1,446) (n =11)

  3. Most Prevalent Diagnoses by Racial/Ethnic Group

  4. Types of Services Used by Racial and Ethnic Groups* *All Chi-Square tests were significant (p < .01)

  5. Improvement in Total CAFAS* Score by Racial/Ethnic Groups** Average Score (n = 10) (n = 531) (n = 288) (n = 1,415) (n = 52) *Between-group effect: F = 2.1, df = 4/2,291, p > .05 (NS). *Within-group effect: F = 3.7, df = 4/2,291, p < .05. **Only children who had CAFAS impairment scores at Intake, 6 months and 12 months were included in this analysis .

  6. Reliable Change in Total Problem Behaviors by Race and Ethnicity (Intake to 12 Months) (n = 12) (n = 596) (n = 318) (n = 1,594) (n = 70)

  7. Diversity of Governing Bodies and Program Staff in Urban and Rural Systems of Care in 2003a (n = 8) (n = 3) (n = 10) (n = 10) (n = 9) (n = 5) Diverse Governing Bodyb Diverse Staffc a Sample size (n) refers to number of system-of-care communities. b At least 26% of children served are non-White and at least 26% of governing body members are non-White. c At least 26% of children served are non-White and at least 26% of system-of-care staff are non-White.

  8. Implementing Accessible Services