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Mindfulness Intervention for Homeless Youth

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Safety Awareness For Empowerment (SAFE): An RCT With Young People Experiencing Homelessness

The SAFE study examines the effects of brief mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral intervention aimed at improving risk-related attention skills (risk detection, problem solving, assertiveness, and help seeking) in order to reduce substance use and victimization among young people (ages 18-21) experiencing homelessness.

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Behavioral - Safety Awareness For Empowerment (SAFE)

SAFE is a mindfulness-based cognitive-behavioral intervention that aims to build risk-related attention skills.

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Safety Awareness For Empowerment (SAFE): An RCT With Young People Experiencing Homelessness

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NCT04183400

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