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Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigrants and Immigration in the US This website offers a varierty of statistical reports regarding immingrants and immigration.  
From Promise to Practice: Mental Health Models that Work for Children and Youth Toolkit highlights effective prevention strategies and treatment models for meeting the mental health and related needs of children, with an emphasis on youth in the foster care and juvenile justice systems.   2005
Full Stakeholder Meeting Agenda ON CARE - Onondoga County System of Care (New York) Sample agenda for full stakeholder meeting.   March 2011
Funding Combination Keeps Family-Run Agencies Operating Smoothly Sandra Spencer and Jane Walker COULD NOT OPEN FILE   July 2014
Funding Early Childhood Mental Health Services & Supports Argues for a systemic approach to financing early childhood mental health services.   March 2001
Funding Permanency Services: a Guide to Leveraging Federal, State, and Local Dollars Outlines steps that states, localities, and tribes can take to support children and their families by obtaining federal funding, including funds made possible by the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008.   2010
GLBT Civil & Human Rights in Brief in Schools & Families Describes laws that prohibit LGBT harassment in schools and insure that LGBT students’ and families’ rights are protected.   November 2004
Gang Prevention: An Overview of Research and Programs James C. Howell Presents current research on gangs, examines how communities can assess their gang problems and enhance prevention and intervention activities, and describes effective and promising programs that may help prevent youth delinquency and gang violence.   December 2010
Gang Prevention: An Overview of Research and Programs James C. Howell Presents current research on gangs, examines how communities can assess their gang problems and enhance prevention and intervention activities, and describes effective and promising programs that may help prevent youth delinquency and gang violence.   December 2010
Gay Affirmative Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Sexual Minority Youth Shelley L. Craig, Ashley Austin, Edward Alessi Cognitive Behavior Therapy that has been adapted to ensure (a) an affirming stance toward LGBTQ+ identities, (b) recognition and awareness of LGBTQ+-specific sources of stress, and (c) the delivery of CBT content within an affirming, developmentally relevant and trauma-informed framework. AFFIRM helps clients to identify and challenge internalized stigma and negative core beliefs in a safe and supportive clinical context.   22 December, 2012
General Principles for the Use of Pharmacological Agents to Treat Individuals with Co-Occurring Mental and Substance Use Disorders Provides guiding principles for determining how to best use pharmacology to assist individuals with co-occurring disorders in their recovery.   2012
Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence Contains a variety of CLC resources including self assessments, distance learning, and publications.  
Getting Down to Basics- Tools to Support LGBTQ Youth in Care This toolkit offers practice time and information to ensure that LGBTQ youth in child welfare and juvenile justice system receive affirming support and services while engaged in out-of-home care.   2013
Getting Down to Basics: Tools to Support LGBTQ Youth In Care This tool kit offers practical tips and information to ensure that LGBTQ young people in care receive the support and services they deserve.   2012
Governance of the Partnership for Kids Initiative Bridgeport PARK Project (Connecticut) Describes the governance structure/body.  
Green Chimneys Nolan Green Chimneys was a transitional living program that operates in the state of New York. No longer operating in New York City, the program provided beds to homeless or at-risk LGBTQ youth between the ages of 17 to 21.  
Growing & Sustaining Parent Engagement: a Toolkit for Parents & Community Partners Provides instruction for implementing a parent engagement roadmap, checklist/self-assessment, and support network to maintain and enhance parent engagement work.   December 2010
Growing Your Capacity to Engage Diverse Communities by Working With Community Liaisons and Cultural Brokers Includes background information, beginning steps, and next steps in engaging diverse communities.   2009
Growing and Sustaining Parent Engagement - A Toolkit Center for the Study of Social Policy  
Guide for Understanding, Supporting and Affirming LGBTQI2-S Children, Youth and Families This resource provides general information for service providers, educators, allies, and community members who seek to support the health and well-being of children and youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, and/or two-spirit (LGBTQI2-S) and their families. This guide will help to promote full and affirming inclusion of diverse LGBTQI2-S youth and families in all aspects of systems of care.  
Guide to Being a Straight Ally This document offers guidelines for how individuals and organizations can support and advocate for LGBT equality in their home, workplace and community.  
Guide to Enhance School Improvement Plans Related to Three Critical Facets for Improving How Schools Address Learning and Behavior Problems Approaches examining school improvement efforts through application of three “critical questions” necessary to improving student achievement, reducing dropouts, and retaining teachers. Includes State and local examples and links to additional resources.   2012
Guide to New and Current MassHealth Behavioral Health Services & Deparment of Youth Services Protocols This report review the new and current services MassHealth provides and provides an overview of the Department or Youth Services Protocol   March 2011
Guide to Sound Business Practices for Family-Run Organizations This guide offers board members, executive directors, and staff of family-run organizations a simple yet practical resource and planning tool for managing their organization. Each section of the Guide introduces guidelines and a list of resources – books, documents and web resources – that organizations can use to further increase their knowledge and skills in business practices around issues of: governance, strategic planning, staff management, budgeting and managing grants and contracts, and fund development and fundraising. The guide additionally provides direct contributions from executive directors of successful and long-standing family-run organizations focused on children’s mental health.   March 2012
Guide to Sound Business Practices for Family-Run Organizations in Children's Mental Health Mery Amalia Mendoza A Organizations created and run by parents and other family members, dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth with mental health needs have been a driving force in the United States for decades. As their ability to influence public policy, research, systems reform efforts, and public awareness has become increasingly evident, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) incorporated their role into the ten guiding principles of SAMHSA’s systems of care concept and philosophy.   March 2012


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