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Addressing Barriers to Learning Discusses a variety of underlying causes for bullying and illustrates how identifying a bully's motive can help determine the most effective intervention strategy.   Winter 2005
Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Non-Traditional Service Settings: Overview Paper 4 Only about half of people with co-occurring disorders (COD) receive any services within substance abuse and mental health (SA/MH) settings. Settings outside the SA/MH system, or settings whose service missions do not include a primary focus on COD, are the focus of this overview paper. Primary health, public safety and criminal justice, and social settings, where individuals with COD are likely to be seen, are highlighted.   2007
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members California Acadmey of Family Physicians This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.   2005
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members ALREADY LISTED This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.  
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.  
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Young Children in the Child Welfare System – What Every Policymaker Should Know Janice L. Cooper, Patti Banghart, Yumiko Aratani Based on the “Strengthening Early Childhood Mental Health Supports in Child Welfare Systems” roundtable convened by the National Center for Children in Poverty in June 2009, this issue brief describes the prevalence of young children in the child welfare system, how maltreatment or neglect affects their development, and services both currently offered and still needed.   September 2010
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Youth in Contact With the Juvenile Justice System in System of Care Cocozza, J.J., Skowyra, K. R., & Shufelt, J. L. Provides an overview of the challenges many system of care communities face in working with children, youth, and young adults involved or at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system and provides examples of how some communities have overcome these challenges.   September 2010
Addressing the Needs of Young Children in Child Welfare: Part C – Early Intervention Services Provides child welfare administrators and practitioners examples of state efforts to implement the new referral provisions, as well as lessons learned, for accessing early intervention services for children and families identified by the child welfare system.   May 2007
Adolescence and the Transition to Adulthood: Rethinking Public Policy for a New Century Discusses current research and practice in the area of youth transition to adulthood and what it suggests about how well major social institutions have adapted to support young people as they make this transition.   November 2004
Adolescents, Neighborhoods, and Violence: Recent Findings From the Project on Human Development in Chicago Neighborhoods A. Gonzales, R. Schofield, D. Hagy Describes the results of a study that examined the neighborhood conditions, individual characteristics, and family characteristics that contribute to adolescent violence; aims to erase misleading stereotypes about race and violence by emphasizing the importance of neighborhood conditions and social processes in contributing to adolescent violence.   September 2007
Adoption 101 Provides a curriculum to assist family groups in presenting adoption information to community groups and service providers.  
Advancing Effective Communication, Cultural Competence, and Patient and Family-Centered Care for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Community Designed as guide, this tool reviews effective communication and patient-centeredness in providing safe and high-quality health care to diverse patient populations.  
Advocating for Nonresident Fathers in Childwelfare Court Cases Andrew Cohen, Richard Cozzola, Kathleen Creamer, Leonard Edwards, Daniel Hatcher, Mark Kiselica, Jennifer Renne, Vivek Sankaran, Andrya Soprych Gives the tools to advocate for nonresident fathers effectively by learning how to: make constitutional arguments that protect nonresident fathers’ legal rights; work with male clients and forge meaningful relationships with them; advocate for fathers in and out of the courtroom to protect their legal rights to achieve and maintain meaningful relationships with their children; address special legal issues, such as domestic violence, immigration, child support, and incarceration; and address tough ethical challenges that arise when representing nonresident fathers.   2009
Affirming and Supporting LGBTQ Children and Youth in Child Welfare Brief factsheet on affirming approaches to support LGBTQ youth in child welfare  
All Children - All Families: Training Program As part of the broader All Children-All Families initiative, the curriculum is intended to provide expert LGBTQ competency support that can be customized based on the needs of the organization. The curriculum includes 1) An Introduction to LGBTQ Competency for Child Welfare Professionals, 2) Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Families, and 3) Best Practices for Serving LGBTQ Youth in Foster Care. The training is supported through a fee-for-service with an average cost approximately $1,500 per trainer per day.  
All Children All Families This project of the Human Rights Campaign Foundation provides a framework for agencies to achieve safety, permanency and well-being by improving their practice with lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth and families.  
Alternative Schools and Programs for Public School Students At Risk of Educational Failure: 2007–08 Priscilla Rouse Carver, Laurie Lewis, Peter Tice Includes information on the availability and number of alternative schools and programs, the number of students enrolled in alternative schools and program, and district policy on returning students to a regular school.   March 2010
America's Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2013 Provides a summary of national indicators of children's well-being and monitors changes in these indicators, with the goal of improving Federal data on children and families and making these data available in an easy-to-use, non-technical format.   2013
America's Youngest Outcasts 2010 Provides a comprehensive snapshot of the plight of the approximately 1.5 million children who face homelessness each year, as well as recommendations for practical strategies to change their lives.  
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the nation's leading organization bringing together people across communities and backgrounds to understand and prevent suicide, and to help heal the pain it causes. Individuals, families, and communities who have been personally touched by suicide are the moving force behind AFSP.  
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is the nation's leading organization bringing together people across communities and backgrounds to understand and prevent suicide, and to help heal the pain it causes. Individuals, families, and communities who have been personally touched by suicide are the moving force behind AFSP.  
America’s Children: Key National Indicators of Well-Being, 2013 Provides a summary of national indicators of children’s well-being and monitors changes in these indicators.   July 2013
An Administrator's Guide To Handling Anti-Gay (LGBTQ) Harassment Guides administrators through the process of handling a LGBT harassment incident.   2005
An Evaluation of the Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice Initiative Jeff Kretschmar, Ph.D., Fredrick Butcher, Ph.D. & Dan Flannery, Ph.D. This article takes an in-depth look at the Behavioral Health/Juvenile Justice Intiative and it's effectiveness   2014
An Introduction to Welcoming School Describes Welcome Schools, an innovative program to strengthen schools‘ approaches to family diversity, gender stereotyping, and bullying.   2009


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