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A Compilation of Lessons Learned from the 22 Grantees of the 1997 Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and their Families Program Edited by: The National Resource Network for Child and Family Mental Health Services at the Washington Business Group on Health Sites were asked to document their "lessons learned" in implementing the federal grant programs. The collection covers five important areas: 1) family involvement/empowerment, 2) cultural competence, 3) systems of care, 4) evaluation, and 5) managed care.   1998
A Cultural Competency Toolkit: Ten Great Sites Share Lessons Learned Each chapter of the toolkit provides an overview of one of ten model minority outreach programs.  
A Family Guide to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) Michael Hogan & Dwan Blanchard Booklet developed to help American Indian families understand the Indian Child Welfare Act and the timeline for out-of-home placement under the ICWA in Minnesota.  
A Family's Guide to Handling Anti-Gay (LGBTQ) Harassment Provides information for families on how they should respond to anti-LGBTQ harassment and how they can use schools as resources.   2005
A Family's Guide to the Child Welfare System Jan McCarthy, Anita Marshall, etc. This comprehensive resource answers many of the questions families face when they become involved with the child welfare system.   December 2003
A Framework for Alternative Human Service Financing This paper examines some of the alternative possibilities that can move human services away from its current unsustainable trajectory and toward viable new funding options. It also explains how the funds that are already available for human service needs can be used in a more productive and efficient manner and can support sustainable and meaningful outcomes.   September 2012
A Framework for School-Wide Bullying Prevention and Safety Developed to provide guidance to education agencies and school administrators, this document provides a framework for implementing effective school-wide bullying prevention and safety efforts.   2012
A Guide for Father Involvement in Systems of Care K. Martinez, F. Rider, N. Cayce, S. Forssell, J. Poirier, et al. Shares information about the importance of fathers in the lives of their children, and it identifies potential consequences if they are not involved. Offers strategies for systems and families, especially those who are involved in systems of care, to help fathers become more involved. It was updated to include new resources and information about fathers involved in substance abuse, fathers who have been or are incarcerated, and gay fathers and fathers of LGBT children.   April 2013
A Guide for Father Involvment in Systems of Care Ken Martinez, Frank Rider, Nadia Cayce, Steve Forssell, Jeffrey Poirier, Sharon Hunt, Gerard Crawford, James Sawyer This guide shares information about the importance of fathers in the lives of their children, and it identifies potential consequences if they are not involved.   April 2013
A Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual Or Transgender Educator’s Process For Coming Out ttorney’s Perspective Jerry Painter Provides guidance for educators who want to safely come out in their school community.  
A Model of Pediatric Psychopharmacology-Psychotherapy Treatment Integration in the Ambulatory Clinical Setting Daniel F. Connor • Alok Banga This paper describes the rationale for, core elements of, and implementation challenges of an integrated psychopharmacology- psychotherapy treatment model for earlyonset behavioral health disorders that commonly present to child and adolescent psychiatrists working in the ambulatory clinical setting.   June 2012
A NEW TOOL FOR SCALING IMPACT: HOW SOCIAL IMPACT BONDS CAN MOBILIZE PRIVATE CAPITAL TO ADVANCE SOCIAL GOOD This report outlines the market context for social impact bonds, how they work, risks, and promising intitial social impact bond applications.  
A Physician's Practical Guide to Culturally Competent Care Online curriculum for health care practitioners related to the National CLAS standards.  
A Physician's Practical Guide to Culturally Competent Care Online curriculum for health care practitioners related to the National CLAS standards.  
A Physician's Practical Guide to Culturally Competent Care Online curriculum for health care practitioners related to the National CLAS standards.  
A Planner’s Guide ... Infusing Principles, Content and Themes Related to Cultural and Linguistic Competence into Meetings and Conferences Lays out steps for planning culturally and linguistically competent meetings and conferences. Family organizations will benefit from following the ideas presented.   Winter 2000
A Primer for Mental Health Practitioners Working With Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System Robert Kinscherff, Ph.D., Esq. Provides an overview for mental health practitioners working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system, emphasizing emerging research and practices, the conceptualization of trauma and its impact on youth in the justice system, and implications for policy and practice. The author presents challenges and solutions for mental health professionals providing services to these youth.   January 2012
A Reason, a Season, or a Lifetime: Relational Permanence Among Young Adults with Foster Care Backgrounds Gina Miranda Samuels Discusses the results of a study that examined the social support networks and relational wellbeing among youth aging out of the foster care system, and explores the impact of these networks in developing and maintaining supportive relationships into adulthood.   2008
A Report on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender People in Education: Stepping out of the Closet, Into the Light Based on presentations and research shared at a 2008 National Education Association summit, this report summarizes the experiences of LGBT students in US schools and offers recommendations for strategies to improve outcomes for LGBT students. This report infuses both research and voices of real youth in its presentation of multiple issues, including LGBT student experiences with identity, safety, truancy, and homelessness. Also included is a profile of the Harvey Milk High School, an LGBT-friendly school in New York City.   2009
A Resource Aid: Responding to Crisis at a School Outlines a plan for schools on how to implement a school crisis intervention.   2008
A Review of Recent FDA Drug Safety Communications for Pediatric Psychotropics Thomas Kubiszyn • Sarah S. Mire This review consolidates balanced information from 22 DSCs issued over the last 15 years by the FDA for drugs with pediatric indications (for any disorder) that are used to treat pediatric emotional and behavioral disorders (ADHD drugs, antipsychotics, antidepressants, and antiepileptics/ anticonvulsants).   January 2013
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission The Joint Commision Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.   2010
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission ALREADY LISTED Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.  
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission ALREADY LISTED Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.  
A Social Worker’s Tool Kit for Working with Immigrant Families Elena Cohen, M.S.W. For public child welfare and community-based agencies working with immigrant families, provides guidelines for integrating child welfare practice with trauma-informed care and trauma-specific services, including answers to frequently asked questions, case examples, and other resources.   September 2010


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