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YLS/CMI™
Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory

R. D. Hoge, Ph.D. 
D. A. Andrews, Ph.D.

Description


The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory™ (YLS/CMI™) is a risk/needs assessment and a case management tool combined into one convenient system derived from the Level of Service Inventory–Revised™ (LSI–R™). The YLS/CMI helps probation officers, youth workers, psychologists, and social workers identify the youth’s major needs, strengths, barriers, and incentives; select the most appropriate goals for him or her; and produce an effective case management plan. The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory™ (YLS/CMI™) is a risk/needs assessment and a case management tool combined into one convenient system derived from the Level of Service Inventory–Revised™ (LSI–R™). The YLS/CMI helps probation officers, youth workers, psychologists, and social workers identify the youth’s major needs, strengths, barriers, and incentives; select the most appropriate goals for him or her; and produce an effective case management plan.

The updated version of the YLS/CMI is due to be released in the summer of 2010. The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0(YLS/CMI 2.0) is now gender- and culturally-informed.
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Scales & Forms

SCALES

  • Prior and Current Offenses
  • Education
  • Substance Abuse
  • Family
  • Personality/Behavior
  • Peers
  • Leisure/Recreation
  • Attitudes/Orientation

FORMS

YLS/CMI QuikScore™ Form

The YLS/CMI QuikScore™ form is professional-completed and consists of four sections. Part I provides a survey of all the risk and need factors that might be exhibited by the youth. Part II provides an overall risk/need score and summary of the individual risk/need levels recorded in Part I. Part III provides a section where the assessor can record information about a range of variables, since these might be relevant to disposition or intervention decisions about the client. Finally, part IV provides the assessor with a professional override, to consider all the information about the client and provide their estimate of the risk level involved.

Case Management Review Form
The YLS/CMI Case Management Review Form is designed to help review case progress. Back to the top

QUICK FACTS

Authors R. D. Hoge, Ph. D. &
D. A. Andrews, Ph.D.

Age Range 12–17 

Administration Time 30–40 minutes

Administration Type

  • Semistructured Interview
  • Professional-completed

Qualification Level B

Scoring Options


RELATED ASSESSMENT

APSD