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Title File Author Description Article Date
Guidelines for Conducting a Focus Group This document outlines how to run a focus group.   2005
Guidelines for Managing Information Related to the Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity and Expression of Children in Child Welfare Systems Wilber, S. This document offers guidelines to implement CWLA's Best Practice Guidelines for Serving LGBT Youth in Out-of-Home Care.   January 2013
Guidelines for Managing Information Related to the Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity and Expression of Children in Child Welfare Systems Wilber, S. This publication will begin to bridge the gap by proposing standards governing the management of information related to sexual orientation and gender identity and expression. This publication was developed in conjunction with the Putting Pride into Practice Project (“P4”), a three-year effort undertaken by Family Builders by Adoption, in partnership with the California Department of Social Services, to implement CWLA’s Best Practice Guidelines for Serving LGBT Youth in Out of Home Care in several county child welfare systems in California. P4’s objective is to increase the competence of child welfare professionals to serve children whose actual or perceived sexual orientation is other than heterosexual, and children whose gender identity or expression is incongruent with their biological sex or with cultural expectations related to gender presentation. The project provides training and technical assistance to build agency capacity and improve organizational competency through leadership and policy development, community and constituency engagement, and recruitment, training and support of placement resources.   January 2013
Guidelines for Managing Information Related to the Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity and Expression of Children in the Child Welfare System This publication was developed in conjunction with the Putting Pride into Practice Project (“P4”), a three-year effort undertaken by Family Builders by Adoption, in partnership with the California Department of Social Services, to implement CWLA’s Best Practice Guidelines for Serving LGBT Youth in Out of Home Care in several county child welfare systems in California. The project provides training and technical assistance to build agency capacity and improve organizational competency through leadership and policy development, community and constituency engagement, and recruitment, training and support of placement resources.   2013
Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Clients The guidelines are intended to inform the practice of psychologists and to provide information for the education and training of psychologists regarding LGB issues.  
Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming People Psychologists who work with transgender or gender nonconforming people should seek to provide acceptance, support and understanding without making assumptions about their clients’ gender identities or gender expressions, according to practice guidelines adopted during the American Psychological Association’s 123rd Annual Convention.   2015
Guides and Resources -US Department of Health and Human Services - Office of Minority Health These resources are to help health care professionals address the cultural and linguistic barriers to health care delivery and increase access to health care for limited English-proficient people.  
HHS LGBT Issues Coordinating Committee 2012 Report This report identifies steps to improve the health and well-being LGBT individuals and families.  
Handbook for the Community Readiness Model Barbara Plested, Ruth Edwards, Pamela Jumper-Thurman A handbook that describes the community readiness model which assists communities in determining their readiness for change, increasing their community's capacity, and creating a climate for change   April 2006
Hard Choices — Alternatives for Reining In Medicare and Medicaid Spending Meredith B. Rosenthal Weighs the pros and cons of the various alternatives for reining in the growth of spending. Medicare and Medicaid account for 20 percent of the Federal budget and will account for a disproportionate amount of the projected growth in Federal spending.   May 2011
Hard Choices: Caring for the Children of Mentally Ill Parents Clara Hemphill This issue of Child Welfare Watch documents issues facing parents with psychiatric problems who come in contact with New York City's child welfare system   Winter 2009
Hard Times Made Harder, Struggling Caregivers and Child Neglect Wendy A. Walsh Poverty is only one of many challenges tied to a report of child neglect. The analysis in this brief finds that neglected children whose caregivers struggle with substance abuse and mental health problems are at significant risk for out-of-home placement. Risk factors for out-of-home placement for neglected children are discussed, as well as a multifaceted approach to services to prevent neglect and out-of-home placement.   Fall 2010
Healing the Invisible Wounds: Children’s Exposure to Violence Offers practical suggestions for caring for a child who has been exposed to violence, with strategies tailored based on the child’s age (birth to 6, 7–11 and 12–18).  
Health Beliefs Toolkit Maritza Concha, Maria Elena Villar, and Lauren Azevedo This toolkit provides behavioral health agencies and their partners a guide to taking the individual and family cultural perspective when delivering behavorial health services.   2014
Health Care Language Services Implementation Guide This is a guide to help health care organizations implement effective services to meet the needs of their patients with limited English proficiency, thereby increasing their access to health care.  
Health Coverage for the Black Population Today and Under the Affordable Care Act Provides an overview of the Black population in the United States, their health coverage today, and how coverage may be affected by the ACA coverage expansions.   July 2013
Healthy Families Project - Board of Directors Code of Ethics Healthy Families Project (Nebraska) Sample Board of Directors code of ethics.   October 2003
Healthy Families Project - By-Laws Healthy Families Project (Nebraska) Sample by-laws used with 501c3 submission.   November 2003
Healthy Families Project Director (Job Description) Healthy Families Project (Lincoln, Nebraska) Project Director job requirements  
Healthy Living Toolkit Toolkits include Adjusting to a New Culture, Substance Abuse, and How to Manage Stress.  
Helping Child Welfare Workers Support Families with Substance Use, Mental, and Co-Occurring Disorders Training Package - Glossary This training package was developed to educate child welfare professionals about substance abuse and mental health disorders among families involved in the child welfare system. It is intended to provide learning opportunities and baseline knowledge on substance abuse and mental health problems and interventions; motivate and facilitate cross-systems work; and incorporate cultural awareness and facilitate cultural competency in child welfare practice. The training package consists of 6 modules that can be downloaded individually or as the entire training package.  
Helping Child Welfare Workers Support Families with Substance Use, Mental, and Co-Occurring Disorders Training Package - References and Bibliography  
Helping Child Welfare Workers Support Families with Substance Use, Mental, and Co-Occurring Disorders Training Package - Trainer's Guide  
Helping Families Support Their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Children Caitlin Ryan, Ph.D., A.C.S.W. Provides information about sexual orientation and gender identity to help families support their LGBT youth, and discusses new research on the impact that families have on their LGBT youth’s health, mental health, and well-being.   2009
Helping Young Children and Families Cope with Trauma Joy D. Osofsky, Ph.D. Discusses what parents should do to help traumatized young children cope.   2002


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