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SAHMSA's LGBT-Focused Efforts UNABLE TO OPEN SAMHSA's LGBT-focused efforts include encouraging States to consider LGBT needs in administering their SAMHSA Block Grants resources, promoting a sexual and gender minority focus in funding announcements where it is appropriate, supporting creation of sexual orientation questions for HHS national surveys, and providing ongoing leadership to help stop bullying of LGBT youth.  
SAMHSA's Concpet of Trauma and Guidance for a Trauma-Informed Approach SAMHSA's Trauma and Justice Strategic Intitiatiev The purpose of this paper is to develop a working concept of trauma and a trauma-informed approach and to develop a shared understanding of these concepts that would be acceptable and appropriate across an array of service systems and stakeholder groups.   July 2014
Safety, Fairness, Stability: Repositioning Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare to Engage Families and Communities Dr. Joan Pennell, Carol Shapiro, Dr. Carol Spigner Explains why family engagement in juvenile justice and child welfare is timely and necessary. Argues against approaches that have estranged youth from their families, and argues for aligning with recent research findings and supporting partnership approaches.   May 2011
Sample Coordinating Council Meeting Agenda Provides a sample of what a Coordinating Council meeting agenda could look like. Although a Coordinating Council is made up of agency leaders, community leaders, families, youth, policy makers, and SOC leadership to participate in coordinating the SOC, their role is to make as few decisions as possible. Their role is to be “barrier busters” and to assist with managing change for the system and within their own organizations.   2011
Sample Cultural and Linguistic Competence Budget TA parnership for child and family mental health This is a recommended budget for system of care communities to use in planning and implementing cultural and linguistic competence.  
Sample Cultural and Linguistic Competence Committee Description TA parnership for child and family mental health This document provides a prototype for developing a Cultural and Linguistic Competence Committee.  
Sample Cultural and Linguistic Competence Plan TA parnership for child and family mental health Provides an example of the elements of a cultural and linguistic competence plan for systems of care communities.  
Sample Full Partnership Meeting Agenda Provides a sample of what a Partnership meeting agenda could look like. The Full Partnership meeting insures a place for the broad community of partners to participate in SOC strategic development and to be able to see the big picture of the SOC’s strategic plan. This meeting provides the broadest opportunity for SOC ownership, and should be held monthly or bimonthly.   2011
Sample Job Description for Cultural and Linguistic Competence Coordinators TA parnership for child and family mental health Example of a job description for a CLC Coordinator.  
Sample Workgroup Meeting Agenda Provides a sample of what a workgroup meeting agenda could look like. Workgroups develop detailed proposals and assist SOC staff in implementing SOC components. Workgroups report their progress to the Full Partnership and to the Coordinating Council for input and to gain support for implementation.   2011
School Attendance: Focusing on Engagement and Re-engagement Considers the factors leading to school absences and strategies for effective engagement and re-engagement of students through effective supports rather than punitive approaches.   2011
School Mental Health Sustainability Funding Strategies to Build Sustainable School Mental Health Programs. Series 1: Why School Mental Health? What Is the Connection to Systems of Care? Elizabeth V. Freeman Argues for the promotion of whole-school mental health programs and describes how system of care principles and initiatives can support these programs.   2011
School Mental Health Sustainability Funding Strategies to Build Sustainable School Mental Health Programs. Series 2: What Are the Challenges to School and Mental Health Agency Partnerships? Elizabeth V. Freeman Addresses the challenges that schools and mental health agencies may face as they build partnerships, and encourages an examination of the differences in terminology, confidentiality rules, professional culture, diagnostic process and eligibility, and many more.   2011
School Mental Health Sustainability Funding Strategies to Build Sustainable School Mental Health Programs. Series 3: How do System of Care Leaders Work with Community Agencies/Organizations to Overcome Challenges to Develop a Sustainable School Mental Health Program? Elizabeth V. Freeman Provides insight into how system of care leaders can learn to navigate local and state systems to gain financial support to build, maintain and sustain successful school mental health programs.   2011
School Mental Health Sustainability Funding Strategies to Build Sustainable School Mental Health Programs. Series 4: What Are Some Strategies to SustainSchool Mental Health Programs? Elizabeth V. Freeman Shares strategies, including innovative partnerships and shared funding resources, that have evolved from the current economic climate and have been used to successfully sustain school mental health programs.   2011
Screening and Assessment in Juvenile Justice Systems: Identifying Mental Health Needs and Risk of Reoffending Vincent, G. M. Explains why screening and assessment for mental health needs and risk of reoffending are critical for juvenile justice agencies and their partners when planning the most effective course of action for individual youth. The author explores a wide range of validated screening and assessment tools frequently used in facility- and community-based juvenile justice settings.   January 2012
Screening for Postpartum Depression at Well-Child Visits: Is Once Enough During the First 6 Months of Life? J. Sheeder, K. Kabir, B. Stafford There is increased acceptance for screening for postpartum depression during a newborn through 1 year of age well-child visit. Screening 2 months after delivery identifies most mothers who will become depressed during the first 6 postpartum months, and screening at the 6-month well-child visit is preferable to screening at the 4-month visit.   2009
Secondhand Smoke Exposure and Neurobehavioral Disorders Among Children in the United States Z. Kabir, G. Connolly, H. Alpert Examines the association between secondhand smoke and ADHD, learning disabilities, and conduct disorder, finding that there was a 50 percent increase in the odds of developing these diseases in households with secondhand smoke versus a smoke-free environment.   July 2011
Securing Child Safety, Well-being, and Permanency Through Placement Stability in Foster Care Kathleen Noonan, David Rubin, Robin Mekonnen, et al. This brief reports Year 1 findings from the Children’s Stability and Well-Being Study (CSAW), which involves tracking 450 children in the Philadelphia child welfare system to identify intervention opportunities that may improve placement stability and thereby improve outcomes for children.   Fall 2009
Selecting and Working With a Therapist Skilled in Adoption Offers practical advice to adoptive parents on finding and selecting an appropriate therapist, describes different types of therapy and treatment settings, and offers suggestions on working with therapists.   July 2012
Selecting and Working With a Therapist Skilled in Adoption Provides families with recommendations for choosing and working with a therapist with experience in the unique needs surrounding adoption as well as information about the variety of therapeutic approaches taken by these practitioners. This resource can be used when working directly with adoptive families.   July 2012
Service Provider Follow-Up Survey Westchester Community Network (New York) Helps the Network Team better understand how to improve the Network and Support Circle experience for future families.  
Serving Our Youth: Findings for a National Survey of Service Providers Who Work with LGBT Homeless Youth Laura Durso, Gary Gates Presents data from the LGBT Homeless Youth Provider Survey, a web-based survey conducted from October 2011 through March 2012.   2012
Seven Keys to Governance Success Learn the seven keys to governance success when building your broad-based governance system.   2010
Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity/Expression (Sexual Minority Students): School Nurse Practice Identifies the position of the NASN on the responsibility of school nurses in their care of LGBT children/youth.  


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