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Joseph P. Ryan

Funded Research:

Child Welfare Analytics Casey Program (Casey Family Program Foundation)

Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA) IV-E Waiver Project Evaluation (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol & Other Drug Abuse (AODA) IV-E Waiver Project Evaluation (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Performance Based Child Welfare System Evaluation (Management and Budget, Department of)

Child Welfare Analytics (Management and Budget, Department of)

Child and Adolescent Data (CADL) Lab Equity and Education (Kellogg)

Illinois Pay for Success (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) (Illinois Department of Children and Family Services)

Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse (AODA) (Illinois Department of Human Services (DHS))

MICHIGAN IV-E WAIVER EVALUATION WITH WESTAT (Management and Budget, Department of)

Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.

Associate Professor, School of Social Work.

Ph.D., University of Chicago

Dr. Ryan's research focuses on the experiences and outcomes of families entangled with the public child welfare system and at least one other social service context. He is particularly interested in public policy and clinical interventions to address the needs of children and families with co-occurring problems.

Select Publications

Journal Articles

Mowbray, Orion, Bryan G. Victor, Joseph P. Ryan, Andrew Moore, and Brian E. Perron. Forthcoming. "Parental Substance Use and Foster Care Reentry." Journal of Social Work Practice in the Addictions. DOI. Abstract.

Ryan, Joseph P., Brian E. Perron, Andrew Moore, Bryan G. Victor, and Keunhye Park. 2017. "Timing matters: A randomized control trial of recovery coaches in foster care." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 77(Supplement C): 178-184. DOI. Abstract.

Mowbray, Orion, Joseph P. Ryan, Bryan G. Victor, Gregory Bushman, Clayton Yochum, and Brian E. Perron. 2017. "Longitudinal trends in substance use and mental health service needs in child welfare." Children and Youth Services Review, 73(Supplement C): 1-8. DOI. Abstract.

Williams, Abigail B., Joseph P. Ryan, Pamela E. Davis-Kean, Vonnie C. McLoyd, and John E. Schulenberg. 2017. "The Discontinuity of Offending Among African American Youth in the Juvenile Justice System." Youth and Society, 49(5): 610-633. DOI. Abstract.

Tam, Christina C., Laura S. Abrams, Bridget Freisthler, and Joseph P. Ryan. 2016. "Juvenile justice sentencing: Do gender and child welfare involvement matter?" Children and Youth Services Review, 64(Supplement C): 60-65. DOI. Abstract.

Huang, Hui, Joseph P. Ryan, and Michelle-Ann Rhoden. 2016. "Foster care, geographic neighborhood change, and the risk of delinquency." Children and Youth Services Review, 65: 32-41. DOI. Abstract.

Sarri, Rosemary C., Elizabeth Stoffregen, and Joseph P. Ryan. 2016. "Running away from child welfare placements: Justice system entry risk." Children and Youth Services Review, 67(Supplement C): 191-197. DOI. Abstract.

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