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Crisis Plan Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) Crisis Plan form.  
Crisis Services:Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Funding Strategies Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration This report reviews the benefits of continuum of crisis services, what states offer them, funding and payment methods, and lessons learned.   2014
Critical Disparities in Latino Mental Health- Transforming Research Into Action Britt Rios-Ellis Report of research from Latino Mental Health Summit. Discusses mental health issues and disparities facing Latinos and makes recommendations.   November 2005
Critical Factors in System of Care Implementation Sharon Hodges, Nathaniel Israel, Kathleen Ferreira, & Jessica mazza Describes cross-site patterns of system implementation and identifies four factors critical to implementation: values and beliefs, goals, structures, and information sharing.   February 2007
Critical Issues and LGBT-Two Spirit Populations: Highlights from the HONOR Project Study A health survey of Two-Spirit Native Americans designed to (a) test a theoretically driven stress and coping model among 447 twospirit American Indians via a structured survey; (b) design and test the feasibility of various peer-driven sampling recruitment methodologies to produce a national representative sample; and (c) conduct a qualitative study with 65 leaders to identify major strengths and coping strategies in this population.   2010
Crosswalk to Implementing Your Cooperative Agreement: 2011 Connects the requirements of the RFA, system of care implementation strategies, and the knowledge and experience of communities, families, youth, TA providers, researchers, and consultants to assist in systems of care development.   2011
Crosswalk to Implementing Your Cooperative Agreement: 2011 Connects the requirements of the RFA, system of care implementation strategies, and the knowledge and experience of communities, families, youth, TA providers, researchers, and consultants to assist in systems of care development.   2011
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultural Adaptation Planning Tool Angela Weeks, DBA This tool should be used to assess cultural fit of a program prior to selecting the program and also during the cultural adaptation process. Leaders need to ensure that EBPs and EIPs that are being considered for adaptation are able to be adapted to the needs of the clients they serve. This assessment and decisions concerning adaptation should be done in partnership with the communities being served so that any changes made are informed by people with lived and shared experiences.   2021
Cultural Competence Assessment Scale TA parnership for child and family mental health Describes the Program Level Cultural Competence Assessment Scale 2.1, which measures organizational cultural competence in mental health outpatient settings and can be used for program-level self-assessment and care coordination to monitor change over time.  
Cultural Competence Readiness Assessment Questionnaire TA parnership for child and family mental health This is a list of questions that should be addressed as part of the preparation for adopting cultural competency principles and initial training.  
Cultural Competence Resources listing of resources for professionals and the general public provided by SAMHSA.  
Cultural Competence and School Mental Health Explains cultural competence and its relation to school mental health, and provides recommendations, model programs, and resources.   August 2006
Cultural Competence for Health Care Providers Champlain Valley Area Health Education Center Resource manual for health care providers. State specific resources but contains general information.   January 2013
Cultural Competency Officer (Job Description) San Bernardino Co. Human Resources Cultural Competency Officer job announcement.   May 2006
Cultural Competency Resource Packet Includes information about cultural competency for mental health school personnel, including references.   2001
Cultural Competency Self-Assessment Show Me Kids - Springfield, MO Intended to heighten the awareness and sensitivity of personnel to the importance of cultural diversity, cultural competence, and linguistic competence in early childhood settings.   October 2003
Cultural Competency and Health Literacy- A Guide for Teaching Health Professionals and Students Teaching resource guide for health proffessionals and students to learn how to reduce health disparities and improve health outcomes.  
Cultural Competency and Workforce Development for Mental Health Professionals Maryland's Mental Health Transformation Project Report regarding barriers to utilization of mental health services and recommendations to alleviate disparities. Focus is on developing a diverse and culturally competent workforce. Contains some Maryland state specific information.   2007
Cultural Competency in Mental Health Peer-run Programs and Self-help Groups NAMI Star Center and The University of Illinois at Chicago, National Research and Training Center This tool was created to help mental health, consumer- operated programs and self-help groups assess their own cultural competency.   2010
Cultural Competency: A Practical Guide for Mental Health Service Providers Delia Saldana Provides guidance for mental health professionals on: developing essential knowledge, skills and attributes; building counselor/client rapport; translator and interpreter challenges; connecting with families; and confidentiality issues.   2001
Cultural Syndromes and the Cultural Formulation in Psychiatric Care (PDF) UNABLE TO OPEN The Center of Excellence for Cultural Competence is one of two research centers designated by the New York State Office of Mental Health to investigate and disseminate best practices in the delivery of culturally competent mental health services to underserved populations who are affected by cultural and linguistic barriers.  
Cultural and Linguistic Competence Checklist for Communities TA parnership for child and family mental health Checklist for communities to complete a self assessment during planning and implementation of a Cultural and Linguistic Competence program.  


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