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Welcome to CASRC

The Child and Adolescent Services Research Center (CASRC) is a consortium of over 100 investigators and staff from multiple academic institutions in Southern California conducting cutting edge research focused on improving health and developmental services for children and families.

Our Partners

CASRC is unique in its multi-institutional and interdisciplinary nature and is comprised of investigators from several research organizations, including:

Our Mission 

The mission of the Child and Adolescent Services Research Center is to improve the quality, effectiveness, and implementation of community-based behavioral health services for children, adolescents, and families through research, collaboration, and training the next generation of researchers and practitioners.


Postdoctoral position available at CASRC on the Supported Employment, Cognitive Enhancement, Social Skills (SECESS) program for Adults with Autism research project under the direction of Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzén.  Please click here for the full job announcement and application process.

Congratulations to Dr. Mary Baker-Ericzen on her recently awarded grant, funded by the Foundation for Developmental Disorders:
Developing a New Program for Increasing "Soft Skills" for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders: College SUCCESS (Supporting Comprehensive Cognitive Enhancement and Social Skills) Program.  

*To access the System of Care Evaluation (SOCE) pages, please click here.

Upcoming Events 

April 21st: Implementation Science Seminar
Nicole Stadnick, Ph.D., M.P.H., Miya Barnett, Ph.D., Jennifer Regan, Ph.D.

May 4th:
Implementation Science Seminar
Shrikanth S. (Shri) Narayanan, Ph.D., Professor, University of Southern California, Viterbi School of Engineering