Service utilization among homeless and runaway youth in Los Angeles, California: rates and reasons 1 1 An incorrect version of the following article (De Rosa CJ, Montgomery SB, Kipke MD, Iverson E, Ma JL, Unger JB. Service utilization among homeless and runaway youth in Los Angeles, California: Rates and reasons. J Adolesc Health 1999;24:190–200.) was published in the March 1999 issue of this Journal. 2 2 Following is the corrected version of this article in its entirety
Hearings on the Reauthorization of Title 3(b) of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988: Drug Abuse Education and Prevention Programs for Runaway and Homeless Youth and Youth Gangs. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Education and Labor. House of Representatives, One Hundred Second Congress, First Session (Washington, D.C., July 18, 1991; Downey, California, August 2, 1991).
AIDS Knowledge and Educational Preferences of At-Risk Runaway\\/Homeless and Incarcerated Youth * * The research described in this article was supported by contract #89-97649 from the Office of AIDS, California Department of Health Services, to Harder+Kibbe Research, San Francisco, CA. The views expressed are the author's and do not represent those of the Office of AIDS. The contributions of the Office of AIDS, Paul Harder, the H+K research team, Carol Baker, University of Pittsburgh, and, most importantly, the youth interviewed are gratefully acknowledged