These forms have roots in treatment preadmission assessments such as the TCU Intake
(see Joe, Simpson, Greener, & Rowan-Szal, 2004).
TCU Adolescent Risk Forms (A and B versions; RSKForm) – document age, gender, race/ethnicity, education, employment, family involvement, parent’s employment and education, and living arrangements (A) and school, criminal activities, and mental health and substance abuse treatment (B).
- TCU ADOL RSKForm A [PDF; 20 KB; 2 pages] [DOC; 60 KB; 2 pages]
- Spanish Version — TCU ADOL RSKForm A [PDF; 19 KB; 2 pages]
- TCU ADOL RSKForm B [PDF; 19 KB; 2 pages] [DOC; 58 KB; 2 pages]
- Spanish Version — TCU ADOL RSKForm B [PDF; 19 KB; 2 pages]
TCU Adolescent Family, Friends, and Self Youth Form (FFSFORM) – documents family and peer functioning along six dimensions: family warmth, family control, family conflict, peer trouble, peer to family, and peer socialization (Simpson & McBride, 1992).