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IPS Supported Employment for Youth: Helping Transition Age Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions to Access Education, Jobs, and Careers
Prepublication Edition - 2020
Sarah J. Swanson, Deborah R. Becker, Gary R. Bond, Kimberly E. Reeder, & Marsha L. Ellison

IPS-Y: IPS Fidelity Scale for Young Adults
Version: 5-14-20

Tips & Tricks From Research and Experience: How to support the education goals of young adults with mental health conditions
DMH Future Forum
May 4, 2018
Laura Golden & Raphael Mizrahi

Effectively Employing Young Adult Peer Providers: A Toolkit
Jonathan Delman & Vanessa Vorhies Klodnick 
To download individual chapters and appendices click here

Adapting Supported Employment for Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions
Abstract Ellison, M. L., Klodnick, V. V., Bond, G., Krzos, I. M., Kaiser, S. M., Fagan, M. A. & Davis (2015). Adapting supported employment for emerging adults with serious mental health conditions,The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 42(2), 206-222.

Appealing Features of Vocational Support Services for Hispanic and non-Hispanic Transition Age Youth and Young Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions
Torres Stone, R., Delman, J., McKay, C., & Smith, L. M. (2015). Appealing features of vocational support services for Hispanic and non-Hispanic transition age youth and young adults with serious mental health conditions.  The Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 42(4) 452-465.

Perspectives of Young Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions on Vocational Peer Mentors
Abstract
Klodnick, V. V., Sabella, K., Krzos, I. M., Brenner, C., Kaiser, S. M., Ellison, M. L, Davis, M. & Fagan, M. A. (2014). Perspectives of early emerging adults with serious mental healthc on vocational peer mentors. Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders, 1-12. doi: 10.1177/1063426614565052