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Table 4 Mean of Collaboration Measures by CS and BH Collaboration Groups

From: Juvenile justice systems of care: results of a national survey of community supervision agencies and behavioral health providers on services provision and cross-system interactions

  Collaboration groups based on low (0–0.36) and high (0.37+)
Total CS Low/ BH Low CS High/ BH Low CS Low/ BH High CS High/ BH High F p f-index eta-sq.
Unweighted n 185 33 40 28 84     
Weighted n 3202 1229 666 536 771   
Weighted % 100% 38% 21% 17% 24%     
Weight Adjusted n 185 71 38 31 45     
CS to BH Referral assertiveness (% of 14 items) 63% 53% 76% 60% 72% 19.08 0.000 0.57 0.25
CS Information received from BH (% of 8 items) 49% 53% 48% 23% 65% 7.71 0.000 0.36 0.12
CS Quality of direct BH services (% of 24 items) 11% 9% 13% 11% 14% 1.40 0.246 0.15 0.02
BH Information sent to CS (% of 8 items) 52% 45% 54% 52% 64% 2.33 0.076 0.20 0.04
BH Quality of direct BH services (% of 24 items) 60% 59% 58% 64% 63% 1.01 0.389 0.13 0.02
Average across above 47% 44% 50% 42% 55%     
  1. The 4 groups explain 39% of the variance in the joint distribution of these measures of collaboration (1-Wilk’s lambda)
  2. Effect size f-index: small = 0.10, moderate = 0.25 and large = 0.40
  3. CS = community supervision; BH = behavioral health
  4. Bold indicates p < .001, f-index > 0.10, eta-sq > .01