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A Reason, a Season, or a Lifetime: Relational Permanence Among Young Adults with Foster Care Backgrounds Gina Miranda Samuels Discusses the results of a study that examined the social support networks and relational wellbeing among youth aging out of the foster care system, and explores the impact of these networks in developing and maintaining supportive relationships into adulthood.   2008
A Report on the Status of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender People in Education: Stepping out of the Closet, Into the Light Based on presentations and research shared at a 2008 National Education Association summit, this report summarizes the experiences of LGBT students in US schools and offers recommendations for strategies to improve outcomes for LGBT students. This report infuses both research and voices of real youth in its presentation of multiple issues, including LGBT student experiences with identity, safety, truancy, and homelessness. Also included is a profile of the Harvey Milk High School, an LGBT-friendly school in New York City.   2009
A Resource Aid: Responding to Crisis at a School Outlines a plan for schools on how to implement a school crisis intervention.   2008
A Review of Recent FDA Drug Safety Communications for Pediatric Psychotropics Thomas Kubiszyn • Sarah S. Mire This review consolidates balanced information from 22 DSCs issued over the last 15 years by the FDA for drugs with pediatric indications (for any disorder) that are used to treat pediatric emotional and behavioral disorders (ADHD drugs, antipsychotics, antidepressants, and antiepileptics/ anticonvulsants).   January 2013
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission ALREADY LISTED Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.  
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission The Joint Commision Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.   2010
A Roadmap for Hospitals- Report of Joint Commission ALREADY LISTED Report of the Joint Commission on how healthcare institutions can integrate concepts from the fields of cultural competence and family centered care.  
A Social Worker’s Tool Kit for Working with Immigrant Families Elena Cohen, M.S.W. For public child welfare and community-based agencies working with immigrant families, provides guidelines for integrating child welfare practice with trauma-informed care and trauma-specific services, including answers to frequently asked questions, case examples, and other resources.   September 2010
A Student's Guide to the IEP Marcy McGahee-Kovac Explains Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) to students with disabilities.   2002
A System of Care Team Guide to Implenting Cultural and Linguistic Competence Ken Martinez, Karen Francis, Jeffrey Poirier, Becky Ornelas, Nadia Cayce, Janet SooHoo, Amy Johnson This guide is intended to be an additional resource that to help communities operationalize CLC through partnerships among CLC Coordinators and other SOC team members.   July 2010
A Systematic Review of Trauma-Focused Interventions for Domestic Violence Survivors Carole Warshaw, MD, Cris M. Sullivan, PhD, Echo A. Rivera, MA Reviews trauma-based treatments for intimate partner violence survivors and provides recommendations for practitioners and future research.   February 2013
A Training Guide for the Early Childhood Services Community Hepburn, K. S., & Kaufmann, R. K The companion piece to Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation, A Training Guide for the Early Childhood Services Community, offers a guide for trainers to use when teaching the early childhood community how to use the blueprint.   2005
ADHS Teaching Example: Part D: Behavioral Health Service Plan Arizona Dept. of Health Services Sample service plan.   October 2004
ADHS-DBHS Behavioral Health Client Assessment Arizona Dept. of Health Services Client information paperwork, including cover sheet, history questionnaire, assessment, and service plan.   August 2004
About Policy and Practice Trends for Reducing Truancy Identifies the factors behind truant behaviors and the importance of working toward truancy reduction through comprehensive approaches to student re-engagement.   2012
Access and Equity for all Students: Meeting the Needs of LGBT Students Mallory Angeli Outlines policy recommendations for LGBT students in higher education.   June 2009
Access and Equity for all Students: Meeting the Needs of LGBT Students Mallory Angeli Outlines policy recommendations for LGBT students in higher education.   June 2009
Achieving the Promise: Transforming Mental Health Care in America, Executive Summary New Freedom Commission on Mental Health Explores the mental health needs of many Americans and provides recommendations for a fundamental transformation of the nation's approach to mental health.   2003
Addressing Barriers to Learning Discusses a variety of underlying causes for bullying and illustrates how identifying a bully's motive can help determine the most effective intervention strategy.   Winter 2005
Addressing Co-Occurring Disorders in Non-Traditional Service Settings: Overview Paper 4 Only about half of people with co-occurring disorders (COD) receive any services within substance abuse and mental health (SA/MH) settings. Settings outside the SA/MH system, or settings whose service missions do not include a primary focus on COD, are the focus of this overview paper. Primary health, public safety and criminal justice, and social settings, where individuals with COD are likely to be seen, are highlighted.   2007
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members ALREADY LISTED This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.  
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.  
Addressing Language Access Issues in Your Practice: A toolkit for Physicians and their Staff Members California Acadmey of Family Physicians This is a toolkit for physicians and health care teams that presents a systems approach to re-designing practices to provide the highest quality care possible to patients who speak limited English.   2005
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Young Children in the Child Welfare System – What Every Policymaker Should Know Janice L. Cooper, Patti Banghart, Yumiko Aratani Based on the “Strengthening Early Childhood Mental Health Supports in Child Welfare Systems” roundtable convened by the National Center for Children in Poverty in June 2009, this issue brief describes the prevalence of young children in the child welfare system, how maltreatment or neglect affects their development, and services both currently offered and still needed.   September 2010
Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Youth in Contact With the Juvenile Justice System in System of Care Cocozza, J.J., Skowyra, K. R., & Shufelt, J. L. Provides an overview of the challenges many system of care communities face in working with children, youth, and young adults involved or at risk of involvement with the juvenile justice system and provides examples of how some communities have overcome these challenges.   September 2010


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