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Hidden Injustice: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth In Juvenile Courts Katayoon Majd, Jody Marksamer, Carolyn Reyes This represents the first effort to examine the experiences of LGBT youth in juvenile courts across the country.   Fall 2009
High Burden of Homelessness Among Sexual-Minority Adolescents: Finds From a Representative Massachusetts High School Sample Heather Corliss, Carol Goodenow, Lauren Nichols, Bryn Austin American Journal of Public Health Study compares the prevalence of current homelessness among adolescents reporting a minority sexual orientation (lesbian/gay, bisexual, unsure, or heterosexual with same-sex sexual partners) with that among exclusively heterosexual adolescents.   September 2011
High School Transition Facilitator Job Description Hamilton Center, Indiana High School Transition Facilitator job description   October 2006
Historical Trauma and Microaggressions: A Framework for Culturally-Based Practice (PDF) This is the second issue in a series focusing on trauma and child welfare systems.   October 2010
Honing Cultural and Linguistic Competence UNABLE TO OPEN A resource for innovative programs and quality tools for improving cultural and linguistic competence as well as reducing health care disparities for vulnerable populations.  
Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions Website for the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solution Hopkins Center for Health Dispartities whic aims to generate and disseminate knowledge to reduce racial/ethnic and social class disparities in health status and health care through research, training, community partnerships and advocacy. In accomplishing our mission, we are guided by the values of Collaboration, Innovation, and Solutions.  
Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions Website for the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solution Hopkins Center for Health Dispartities whic aims to generate and disseminate knowledge to reduce racial/ethnic and social class disparities in health status and health care through research, training, community partnerships and advocacy. In accomplishing our mission, we are guided by the values of Collaboration, Innovation, and Solutions.  
How Family Partners Contribute to the Phases and Activities of the Wraparound Process Trina Osher & Marlene Penn Explains the family partner’s role during each phase of the wraparound process to support family engagement in key activities, and describes how the person in this role partners with other members of the wraparound team.   2010
How many people are lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Gary Gates This research brief discusses challenges associated with collecting better information about the LGBT community and reviews eleven recent US and international surveys that ask sexual orientation or gender identity questions.   April 2011
How to Gather Data on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in Clinical Settings Judith B. Bradford, PhD; Sean Cahill, PhD; Chris Grasso, MPH; and Harvey J. Makadon, MD This brief reviews two methods for providers to collect sexual orientation and gender identity from parents.   2012
I Want to Be Like Nature Made Me: Medically Unnecessary Surgeries on Intersex Children in the US In this report, based on interviews with intersex adults, parents of intersex children, and medical practitioners working with intersex people, interACT and Human Rights Watch document the fall-out from that medical paradigm, and the failure of the medical community to regulate itself effectively. There have been changes in practice in recent years, with many doctors now advising against surgery on infants and young children. But even so, surgery continues to be practiced on children with atypical sex characteristics too young to participate in the decision, when those procedures both carry a meaningful risk of harm and can be safely deferred.  
INFORMATION SHARING MODELS -- EXAMPLES OF INTERAGENCY AGREEMENTS AND BEST PRACTICES FOR SHARING OF EDUCATION AND SCHOOL RECORDS Miriam Aroni Krinsky This document has examples of interagency agreements and orders that facilitate the sharing of education information and records relating to children under dependency and delinquency jurisdiction  
Idaho System of Care Cultural Competency Plan Idaho System of Care Outlines strategic actions for being culturally and linguistically competent.  
Identifying Mental Health and Substance Use Problems of Children and Adolescents: A Guide for Child-Serving Organizations This guide is written for personnel working in child-serving organizations and the families of the children (birth–12 years) and adolescents (13–22 years)† being served. The purpose of the guide is to address the approaches, methods, and strategies used to identify mental health and substance use problems of high-risk youths (persons whose ages are between birth and 22 years) in settings that serve either a broad spectrum of children and adolescents or a high-risk population.   2011
Identity Theft Tip Sheet For Foster Care Coordinators Explains why it is important to inform foster youth about identity theft, and offers steps that adults can take to help youth protect themselves.   2011
Immigrant Parents and Early Childhood Programs: Addressing Barriers of Literacy, Cultureand Systems Knowledge Maki Park, Margies McHugh Report of study regarding the challenges facing immigrant families in early childhood programs and solutions to address those challenges.   June 2014
Impact and Value: Telling Your Program's Story S. Rene Lavinghouze, Ann W. Price Workbook designed to help public health program administrators understand the value of success stories and how to develop them. Includes steps you can use to collect and create success stories that highlight your program’s achievements.   2007
Impact of Adoption on Adoptive Parents Discusses adoption-related issues that parents may be unprepared for, including potential stressors unique to adoption and adoptive parents.   November 2010
Impact of Teen Depression on Academic, Social, and Physical Functioning L. Jaycox, B. Stein, S. Paddock, J. Miles, A. Chandra, et al. Attempts to determine the impact of youth depression on peers, family, schools, and physical functioning.   September 2009
Implementing Change in Substance Abuse Treatment Programs Provides guidance on integrating evidence-based practices into substance abuse treatment programs.   2009
Implementing Culture Based Wraparound UNABLE TO OPEN This book chapter discusses implememtation of a culture based wraparound system.  
Implementing Evidence-based Practice in Treatment Foster Care Guide offers references, resources, models, and tools for implementing evidence-based practices in treatment foster care service settings.   2008
Implementing Lessons that Matter: The Impact of LGBTQ-Inclusive Curriculum on Student Safety, Well-Being and Achievement H. Burdge, S. Snapp, C. Laub, S. Russell, R. Moody This report discusses the impact of curricula that give visibility to LGBT and questioning individuals, such as through history lessons. The document also examines how this affects students and school climate and explores the barriers for implementing such curricula as well as the lessons learned from previous efforts to implement other types of culturally relevant curricula.   2013
Implementing an Evidenced Based Treatment for Children in the Child Welfare System: Parent-Child Interaction Therapy Helfgott, K.P., Nelson, M., Gurwith, R., et al. PowerPoint   July 2009
Implementing the ACA: Medicaid Spending and Enrollment Growth for FY 2014 and FY 2015 Robin Rudowitz, Laura Snyder, Vernon K. Smith, Kathleen Gifford, and Eileen Ellis This report provides an overview of Medicaid spending and enrollment growth with a focus on state fiscal years 2014 and 2015 (FY 2014 and FY 2015) and an overview of Medicaid financing.   October 2014


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