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Educational Success Work Group Goals ON CARE - Onondaga County System of Care (New York) Sample goals for integrating community supports with the public education system in a system of care.  
Effective Practices with Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System Dayana Simons and Sheila Pires Webinar that examines the CME approach and how they can play a role in reducing recidivism and imrpove stability for youth involved in the Juvenille Justice system.   July 2013
Effective financing strategies for systems of care: Examples from the field—A resource compendium for developing a comprehensive financing plan Stroul, B.A., Pires, S.A., Armstrong, M. I., McCarthy, J., Pizzigati, K., & Wood, G.M., This document presents the results of the first wave of site visits and is intended to be a companion to the Self-Assessment and Planning Guide. It presents examples of effective financing strategies for each of the seven areas discussed in the Guide, based on information gathered through the site visit and interview process. It is intended as a technical assistance document to assist stakeholders to identify strategies that might be implemented or adapted in their own states and communities   2008
Eight Ways to Promote the Health and Well-Being of LGBTQ+ Youth Involved with Child Welfare Alexandra Citrin and Megan Martin The Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA)1 marks a substantial movement toward child welfare reform by beginning to bring child welfare financing into alignment with what research tells us is best for children and families. Children and youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning (LGBTQ+)2 experience both disproportionate involvement with child welfare, and once involved, disparate outcomes including placement instability and longer stays in foster care. Through FFPSA there is a significant opportunity for child welfare systems to address existing disproportionalities and disparities for LGBTQ+ children, youth and families. Successful implementation of these strategies will in turn support state efforts in achieving an equitable child welfare system with better outcomes and improved well-being for all children, youth and families.   August 2019
Elevating the Field: Using NAEYC Early Childhood Program Accreditation to Support and Reach Higher Quality in Early Childhood Programs Davida McDonald Highlights strategies that states are using to improve the quality of their early care and education systems, with linkages to NAEYC accreditation.   January 2009
Emotions Matter: Making the Case for the Role of Young Children's Emotional Development for Early School Readiness C. Cybele Raver Discusses the importance of children being emotionally prepared before entering school and includes different interventions on how to prepare them.   2002
Encouraging More Culturally & Lingustically Competent Practices in Mainstream Health Care Organizations Monograph series that explores a variety of frameworks for organizational development or capacity building and their implications in the practice of cultural and linguistic competence.  
Encouraging More Culturally & Lingustically Competent Practices in Mainstream Health Care Organizations Monograph series that explores a variety of frameworks for organizational development or capacity building and their implications in the practice of cultural and linguistic competence.  
Encouraging More Culturally & Lingustically Competent Practices in Mainstream Health Care Organizations Coordinated Care Services Inc. Monograph series that explores a variety of frameworks for organizational development or capacity building and their implications in the practice of cultural and linguistic competence.  
Engage Us: A Guide Written by Families for Residential Providers Supports providers in their efforts to improve the residential experience and outcomes for children and families, including family-driven practices.   April 2012
Engaging Asian American Youth and Their Families in Quality Mental Health Services Huijun Li, Larry Seidman Asian American youth have a higher level of unmet mental health needs and lower level of mental health service engagement than White youth. This article presents reasons for lack of engagement in mental health services among Asian American youth and families. Practical strategies to enhance their engagement in mental health services are provided.   August 2011
Engaging Fathers in Head Start Outlines how to develop a father/male involvement culture within your program, including common barriers to change, how to assess strengths and challenges, how to implement change, and programming for father involvement.   October 2009
Engaging Youth…On Their Turf: Creative Approaches to Connecting Youth Through Community Discusses six programs that creatively engaged the youth in their communities.   2007
Engaging Youth…On Their Turf: Creative Approaches to Connecting Youth Through Community Discusses six programs that creatively engaged the youth in their communities.   2007
Enhancing Cultural Competence- Welcoming LGBTQ People in Mental Health Services Alicia Lucksted, Jane Elven, Ellen Pendegar, Pauline Park Toolkit for those working with the LGBTQ population. Contains state specific resources for NY. Also contains general information.  
Ensuring Competent Residential Interventions for Youth with Diverse Gender and Sexual Identities and Expressions Douglas A. Glick This paper focuses on the many issues faced in the field in providing quality residential interventions for youth of sexual diversity, including sexual orientation and gender identity. For lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and two-spirit (LGBTQI2-S) youth in residential care, open expression of sexuality or gender identity can be a significant challenge, with many barriers faced both within the program and in the community at large. This paper provides guidelines and strategies for serving and supporting LGBTQI2-S youth, building on the efforts of programs that have successfully created “sexual and gender minority-positive” cultures.   2014
Ensuring Effective Communication Think Cultural Health Infographic to assess whether there is effective communication at every point of contact in the health care preocess.  
Essential Contractual Language for Medical Necessity in Children Discusses many of the crucial elements that pediatricians should assess as providers develop a role in emerging delivery and payment models.   August 2013
EvalBrief: Transition-Age Youth Receiving Services in Systems of Care Examines the characteristics, service experiences, and outcomes of youth aged 14 to 22 receiving services in systems of care.   March 2006
Evaluation Participant Gift Cards Procedures Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) Sample documentation procedures for gift cards distributed to participants who take part in the National Evaluation.   November 2010
Evaluation of Bullyproofing Your School S. Menard, J. Grotpeter, D. Gianola, M. O'Nealot Evaluates Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS), a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence at the elementary and middle school level and highlights the differences between BPYS and other anti-bullying programs.   January 2008
Evaluation of Bullyproofing Your School S. Menard, J. Grotpeter, D. Gianola, M. O'Nealot Evaluates Bully-Proofing Your School (BPYS), a school-based intervention program designed to reduce bullying and school violence at the elementary and middle school level and highlights the differences between BPYS and other anti-bullying programs.   January 2008
Event Announcement Postcard Rural Children's Initiative - UTurn Youth Advocates (Texas) Sample postcard advertising an upcoming event for teens.   April 2009
Examining the Relationship Between Family Run Organizations and Non-Family Organization Patners in Systems of Care Katherine Lazear and René Anderson This report explores the relationship and strategies of family-run organizations and non-family-run organizations partners in systems of care in developing family voice and implementing family -driven sources.   Winter 2008
Examining the Relationship Between Family-Run Organizations & Non-Family Organization Partners Katherine Lazear, Rene Anderson Represents the strategies and realities of six family run organizations and their non-family-run organization partners as they address a number of key elements of family voice in systems of care.   Winter 2008


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