|Model Name||Availability, Responsiveness & Continuity (ARC): An Organizational & Community Intervention Model|
|D and/or I||I-Only|
|Figure ||No figure is associated with this model.|
|Field of Origin||Mental health|
|Practioner/Researcher||Researcher and Practitioner|
|Constructs||Adopter/implementer/decision maker characteristics|
Context - Inner setting
Context - Outer setting
Outcomes - Quality Improvement/Practice or Policy change
Patient/target audience characteristics and needs
|Number of Times Cited||100|
|Citations||Glisson C, Schoenwald SK. The ARC organizational and community intervention strategy for implementing evidence-based children's mental health treatments. Mental Health Serv Res 2005;7(4):243–59.
Glisson C, Schoenwald SK, Hemmelgarn A, et al. Randomized trial of MST and ARC in a two-level evidence-based treatment implementation strategy. J Consult Clin Psychol 2010;78(4):537–50.
|Examples||"Glisson C, Dukes D, Green P. The effects of the ARC organizational intervention on caseworker turnover, climate, and culture in children's service systems. Child Abuse Neglect 2006;30(8):855–80.
Glisson, Charles, Nathaniel J. Williams, Anthony Hemmelgarn, Enola Proctor, and Philip Green. 2016. “Aligning Organizational Priorities with ARC to Improve Youth Mental Health Service Outcomes.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 84(8):713–25."