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NAMI-Nat. Alliance for Mental Illness Resources are provided on cultural competence in mental health care.  
NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Welfare Jean W. Anastas, PhD, LMSW, Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW. MPH, etc. Revises and expands the “NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Protection,” originally published in 1981, to address the changing practices and policies of social work and child welfare practice and reflect current practice trends and standards.   2013
NATIONAL RESPITE GUIDELINES Guiding Principles for Respite Models and Services Maggie Edgar, M.S.W., M onica Uhl, M.A., The guidelines provide a summary of guiding principles addressing quality indicators for all respite models and services. They can act as a checklist for providers of respite to review as they address respite service delivery issues   August 2011
NDTAC Issue Brief: Family Involvement Leslie Brock, Joyce Burrell, Tricia Tulipano This issue brief addresses the research that shows that family involvement is just as important in the juvenile justice system as it is in the educational system, and is connected to less recidivism and a more successful transition.   August 2006
NRCPFC Toolkit for Practitioners/Researchers Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) Runaway and Homeless Youth Toolkit to assist agencies serviing runaway and homeless LGBTQ youth.  
Nathan Kline Institute This Center of Excellence in Culturally Competent Mental Health is housed in the Statistical Services Research Division of the New York State Office of Mental Health. Their mission is to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in the availability, accessibility and quality of behavioral health care services through the development of culturally competent services. Their website offers a variety of resources.  
Nathan Kline Institute This Center of Excellence in Culturally Competent Mental Health is housed in the Statistical Services Research Division of the New York State Office of Mental Health. Their mission is to eliminate racial and ethnic disparities in the availability, accessibility and quality of behavioral health care services through the development of culturally competent services. Their website offers a variety of resources.  
National Asian and American and Pacific Islander Mental Health Association Website dedicated to mproving health and well being of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders living in the United.  
National Asian and American and Pacific Islander Mental Health Association Website dedicated to mproving health and well being of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders living in the United.  
National Coming Out Day Youth Report Human Rights Campaign This report analyzed responses by LGBT identified youth regarding various questions about their coming out experience.  
National Indian Childwelfare Association Website of the National Indian Child Welfare Association  
National Indian Childwelfare Association Website of the National Indian Child Welfare Association  
National Latino Behavioral Health Association Website of the National Lantino Behavioral Health Association  
National Latino Behavioral Health Association Website of the National Lantino Behavioral Health Association  
National Leadership Council of African American Behavioral Health Recognized as the only national umbrella organization focused on both mental health and substance abuse for the African American population that represents an array of perspectives and disciplines.  
National Leadership Council of African American Behavioral Health Recognized as the only national umbrella organization focused on both mental health and substance abuse for the African American population that represents an array of perspectives and disciplines.  
Native Two Spirit and Youth Campaign: "These Things Matter" UNABLE TO OPEN These materials were developed as part of a national effort to connect with potentially high risk populations and develop new, Native-specific imagery and messaging that appeal to Native communities.  
Need and Unmet Need for Care Coordination Among Children with Mental Health Conditions Nicole M. Brown, Jeremy C. Green, Mayur M. Desai, Carol C. Weitzman and Marjorie S. Rosenthal This study determines prevalence and correlates of need and unmet need for care coordination in a national sample of children with mental health conditions.   February 2014
Neighborhood Support and Children’s Connectedness Britt Wilkenfeld, M.A., Kristin Anderson Moore, Ph.D., and Laura Lippman Covers the factors that create positive outcomes for children when they live in supportive communities.   February 2008
New Directions for Behavioral Health Funding and Implications for Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System Cuellar, A.E. Explores potential Federal, State, and private sources of funding to meet the behavioral health needs of youth involved in the juvenile justice system across the full spectrum of involvement. The author discusses important steps to improving access to and care for these youth, including the need for provider, youth, and family input into the reform process.   January 2012
New Mexico Systems of Care- Organizational CLC Self Assessment Users Guide New Mexico Systems of Care Guidebook for CLC self assessment   June 2013
New Roles for Families in Systems of Care T. Osher, E. deFur, C. Nava, S. Spencer, D. Toth-Dennis Volume I of this document provides background on how family members have found and developed their voice to become strong partners and assertive leaders in developing better systems of care.   1998
No More Strategic Plans, But “Planning Strategically FREDLA Handout on strategic planning   2014
Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy Outlines the NASP policy to provide equal opportunities, regardless of actual or perceived characteristics such as race, religion, socioeconomic status, gender identity, gender expression, and sexual orientation.   February 2012
Nurturing Change- State Strategies for Improving Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Julie Cohen, Cuindy Oser, Kelsey Quigley, Deborah Roderick Stark This report reviews several states barriers, successful strategies, and possible reccomendations for federal policy change.   April 2013


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