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Cultural and Lingustic Competence Icebreakers, Exercises, Videos and Movies TA parnership for child and family mental health Icebreakers, exercises and videos for use in CLC trainings and meetings.  
Cultural and Lingustic Competence Implementation Guide TA parnership for child and family mental health Checklist for use in setting priorities for implementing CLC programs.  
Curricula Enhancement Module Series Curriculum ehancement modules to incorporate CLC in all aspects of leadership training  
Customizing Health Homes for Children with Serious Behavioral Health Challenges Sheila Pires Provides a rationale for why, under the Affordable Care Act, health homes should be customized for children and youth with serious behavioral health challenges. This paper offers approaches to health home customization, based on intensive care coordination models using high-fidelity Wraparound, and describes ways of designing health homes for this population that take into account Federal health home requirements and the unique characteristics of these children.   March 2013
Customizing Health Homes for Children with Serious Behavioral Health Challenges Sheila A. Pires, Human Service Collaborative This resource paper provides a rationale as to why health homes under the ACA should be customized for children and youth with serious behavioral health challenges. It offers approaches to health home customization based on intensive care coordination models using high fidelity Wraparound that have emerged from systems of care in children?s behavioral health care.   March 2013
Dawn Project Service Code Descriptions Sample service code descriptions.  
Dear Colleague Letter Harassment and Bullying (October 26, 2010) Background, Summary, and Fast Facts Illustrates the purposes of the “Dear Colleague Letter: Harassment and Bullying” guidance and offers a summary and “fast facts” that can be referenced to better understand schools’ obligations under anti-discrimination statutes as well as resources that schools can access to ensure they are in compliance.   October 2010
Dear Colleague Letter: Harassment and Bullying Provides guidance to schools on their obligation to enforce laws that protect students from harassment based on race, color, national origin, sex, and disability, and their responsibility to respond to incidents of harassment. The letter provides example cases of harassment and suggestions for how they should have been handled.   October 2010
Definitions of Infant Mental Health Tip Sheets Defines infant mental health to provide a better understanding to parents and professionals working with young children.   2009
Department of Education: Title I—Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged; Final Rule Details the final regulations of Title I of the No Child Left Behind Act.   December 2003
Designing a Measure: Measuring Social Workers Attitudes toward LGBT Youth in Child Welfare Christi Bell, Raul Salcedo This study reports the results of a study to analyze the reliability of a pilot instrument created to evaluate social workers' attitudes toward LGBT youth in foster care system.   2014
Developing Community Partnerships in Child Welfare This fact sheet describes why community partnerships are important, how community partnerships develop, and what the Resource Center can do to help in the partnership building process.  
Developing Cultural Competence in Disaster Mental Health Programs U.S Department of Health and Human Services Assists states and communities in planning, designing, and implementing culturally competent disaster mental health services for survivors of natural and human-caused disasters of all scales.   2003
Developing Fiscal Analyses and Children’s Budgets to Support ECCS Describes how states can carry out strategic fiscal analyses and create early childhood program budgets.   2006
Developing Health Homes for Children with Serious Emotional Disturbance: Considerations and Opportunities Kathy Moses, Julie Klebonis, and Dayana Simons,1 Center for Health Care Strategies This issue brief highlights health home opportunities for children with SED and presents considerations to help states develop models that address this population’s unique needs.   Febraury 2014
Developing Quality Indicators for Family Support Services in Community Team-Based Mental Health Care S. Serene Olin, Krista Kutash, Michele Pollock, Barbara J. Burns, Anne Kuppinger, Nancy Craig, Frances Purdy, Kelsey Armusewicz, Jennifer Wisdom, Kimberly E. Hoagwood This study explains the quality indicators they developed for programs integrating parent-delivered family support services for children's mental health. They tested these indicators within 21 community-based mental health programs.   2013
Developing Resource-Oriented Mechanisms to Enhance Learning Supports Provides training modules about using community resources to enhance the learning support of students, especially those with learning, behavior, and emotional problems.   2005
Developing and Implementing the Section 2703 Health Home State Option: State Strategies to Address Key Issues Charles Townley and Mary Takach This paper identifies five particularly salient issues that states are likely to face when developing and implementing a health home state plan amendment (SPA) and illustrates how states with approved SPAs have addressed these issues.   July 2012
Developing and Implementing the Section 2703 Health Home State Option: State Strategies to Address Key Issues Charles Townley and Mary Takach This paper identifies five particularly salient issues that states are likely to face when developing and implementing a health home state plan amendment (SPA) and illustrates how states with approved SPAs have addressed these issues   July 2012
Developmental Screening and Assessment Instruments with an Emphasis on Social and Emotional Development for Young Children Ages Birth through Five Provides a list and description of screening and assessment instruments for professionals and family members, including the age range for which the instrument was validated, the time to administer, the scoring procedure, requirements for administrators, and publisher or source information.   May 2008
Developmental Screening and Assessment Instruments with an Emphasis on Social and Emotional Development for Young Children Ages Birth through Five Sharon Ringwalt These screening instruments include both those that address multiple developmental domains as well as those that focus on the social-emotional developmental domain. The screening instruments are further sub-divided into those which must be administered by professionals and those that may be completed by family members or other caregivers. A list of assessment instruments that must be administered by professionals is also provided. The information for each instrument includes a description, the age range for which the instrument was validated, the time to administer, the scoring procedure, psychometric properties, and requirements for administrators, and a link to, or address for, the publisher or source of more information.   May 2008
Dialogos Coumintarios Acerca de Salud Mental- Guia de planificacion Spanish version of a planning guide for communities and service providers to lead conversations about mental health. English and spansih versions available.  
Disaster Preparedness Respond Tool Think Cultural Health An easy-to-learn acronym  
Dissemination: Top 10 Tips Dissemination is an important part of implementation science and this handout will give you tips on how to make successful dissemination decisions.   2014
Diversity RX DiversityRx has a database of hundreds of resources on cross cultural health care, and a directory of organizations that work in this field.  


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