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Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior
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John Belcher

John Belcher
John Belcher
School of Social Work
University of Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland
United States
University of Maryland


Dr. John Belcher is currently working as a Professor at the University of Maryland, School of Social Work. He has been on the faculty since 1998.


Leadership in Counseling Award- 7/16- The Renaissance Center, Baltimore, Co. Maryland. Dean’s Teaching Award-Spring 2014-SWCL 744-Psychopathology Dunning Distinguished Lecturer, St. Mary’s Seminary & University, Ecumenical Institute, Fall 2011 Dean’s Teaching Award- Spring 2008-SWCL 744-Psychopathology The Abraham Lurie Award: Best of Social Work in Mental Health for article: The Longitudinal Discharge Planning and Treatment Model (LDPTM) Parts I and II with Bruce DeForge 2006 Founders Day Excellence in Teaching, University of Maryland, 2005 School of Social Work, Excellence in Teaching, University of Maryland 2004 Leadership and Service to the School of Social Work and Community Planning 9/89-6/90. Community Service Award, University of Maryland 5/99

Research Interest

Children, Youth, and Families; Community, Poverty, and Social Justice; Crime/Criminal Justice/Delinquency; Health; Homelessness; Housing; Management; Mental Health; Policy; Religion; Substance Abuse, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs; Violence