The book is divided into four parts. It also has a separate section for tables and figures, which makes for easy reading. Part 1—"Conceptual Foundations of Systems of Care"—discusses the history and the values and principles of community child mental health, systems of care, family advocacy, cultural competence, and collaboration across disciplines and among agencies. Part 2—"Integrating Clinical Modalities Into Systems of Care"—highlights the role of pharmacotherapy in the system of care, evidence-based community-based interventions, and care coordination (case management). Part 3—"Working Across Populations and Settings"—clearly describes the conceptual framework for early-childhood systems of care. Other chapters describe the roles of the juvenile justice system, school-based mental health services, comorbidity issues, foster children in the welfare system, and risks, goals, and outcomes of collaboration with primary care. Part 4—"Administration and Evaluation of Systems of Care"—is an analysis of the relationship between legal systems, managed care, and federal and local governments to systems of care. This part ends with a very informative guide to training child and adolescent psychiatrists and child mental health professionals about systems of care.