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Mental Health, Ethnicity, Sexuality, and Spirituality Among Youth in Foster Care: Findings from the Casey Field Office Mental Health Study Catherine Roller White, MA, Anne Havalchak, MPA, etc. This study on adolescents in Casey’s care found similar mental health diagnosis rates among Casey youth as compared to youth in the general population; however, lifetime rates were higher among Casey youth. Additional data on spirituality, ethnic identity, and sexual orientation, as well as policy, program, and research recommendations, are provided.   September 2007
Mental Health: A Report to the Surgeon General Defines mental disorders and provides information about treatment options and trends. Includes specific sections related to “families as resources” and family advocacy.   1999
Mentalhealth.gov Spanish language website with various mental health resources.  
Mentalhealth.gov Spanish language website with various mental health resources.  
Michigan's Crosswalk for DC 0-3R to ICD-9-CM to DSM-IV Sample crosswalk from currently and previously funded Early Childhood communities.   December 2007
Model Anti-Harassment and Nondiscrimination Policy for Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice Agencies This model anti-harassment and non-discrimination policy is for child welfare and juvenile justice agencies who wish to adopt a policy that would prohibit all forms of harassment, create a safe environment for all youth and service providers, and ensure that all youth have equal access to all available services, placement, care, treatment, and benefits provided by the agency.   2006
Model Policy:?Transgender, Gender Nonconforming, and Intersex Youth in Confinement Facilities Shannan Wilber and Jason Szanyi The purpose of this model policy is to address operational practices that promote the safety, dignity, and well-being of TGNCI youth in confinement facilities. Although many of the provisions apply to all youth, the policy was created specifically to address the unique needs and vulnerabilities of TGNCI youth. The model policy is designed for broad application in a wide range of confinement facilities (e.g., detention facilities, residential treatment centers, shelter homes).   2019
Models for Developing Trauma-Informed Behavioral Health Systems and Trauma-Specific Services Ann Jennings Includes author descriptions of trauma service models identified by states and organizations and descriptions of evidence-based and promising practice models. The models are designed to address trauma in the lives of children, their parents or caregivers and adults.   2008
Models of Collaboration and Cost Sharing in Transition Programming Joe Timmons Describes two funding tools, blended and braided, that collaborating agencies can use for transition programming.   January 2007
Moderating the Effects of Childhood Exposure to Intimate Partner Violence: The Roles of Parenting Characteristics and Adolescent Peer Support Emiko A. Tajima, Todd I. Herrenkohl, Carrie A. Moylan, and Amelia S. Derr This report examined parenting characteristics and adolescent peer support as potential moderators of the effects of childhood exposure to intimate partner violence (IPV) on adolescent outcomes.   2010
Money Well Spent: How Positive Social Investments will Reduce Incarceration Rates, Improve Public Safety, and Promote the Well-being of Communities Sarah Lyons and Nastassia Walsh Examines the relationship between poverty and involvement in the justice system, finding that people with the fewest financial resources are more likely to end up in prison or jail.   September 2010
Money Well Spent: How Positive Social Investments will Reduce Incarceration Rates, Improve Public Safety, and Promote the Well-being of Communities Sarah Lyons and Nastassia Walsh Examines the relationship between poverty and involvement in the justice system, finding that people with the fewest financial resources are more likely to end up in prison or jail.   September 2010
Monthly Treatment Team Report and Service Coordination Task Timeline Dawn Project (Indianapolis) Report and task timeline forms for services.  
Moving a Child Welfare System to Be More Affirming of the LGBTQ Community: Strategies, Challenges and Lessons Learned Megan Good and Shauna Lucadamo This report describes the challenges, successes and lessons learned that came with the work of shifting perspectives about LGBTQ communities in a local government organization. Much of the work was focused on affecting change in the child welfare system, but progress in that arena created ripple effects that continue to foster change in other areas of DHS.   June 2018
Moving the Infant-Toddler Policy Agenda Forward Together: Strategies to Build Successful Coalitions Elizabeth DiLauro Explains how working together as a coalition can have many advantages for advocates; it allows partners to have a larger impact with fewer resources, and brings together diverse partners around a common issue.  
Moving the Margins: Training Curriculum for Child Welfare Services with LGBTQ Youth in Out-of-Home Care Kelly & Clark This train-the-trainer curriculum includes a 101 and a 201 section. Aimed at increasing providers’ sensitivity and enhancing their skills, the modules within the curriculum provide definitions, values clarifications, and a learning lab on LGBTQ youth in out-of-home care.   2009
Multi-Payer Investments in Primary Care: Policy and Measurement Strategies Center for Health Care Strategies & State Health Access Data Assistance Center The purpose of this paper is to help states develop or refine a multi-payer primary care investment strategy. It presents a range of options for advancing and measuring investments in state-based primary care systems, with an emphasis on enhancing the engagement of commercial payers and aligning public 2 and private payment and care delivery models.   July 2014
Multiple Response System and System of Care: Two Policy Reforms Designed to Improve the Child Welfare System N. Lawrence & E. Snyder Policy brief focuses on the ways in which the Multiple Response System and system of care initiatives work together to support common goals, and offers resources that can be useful in developing similar initiatives or improving current practices in the child welfare system.   2009
My-Peer Toolkit [1.0] Developing an online resource for planning and evaluating peer-based youth programs Janina Hildebrand, Roanna Lobo, Jonathan Hallett, Graham Brown & Bruce Maycock This paper reports on the development of a practitioner-centred, free online resource, the My-Peer Toolkit [1.0], which provides theory-based and practice-based guidelines for planning, implementing and evaluating peer-based youth services.   2012
Myths and Misconceptions About ADHD: Science over Cynicism Phyllis Anne Teeter Ellison, Ed.D. Useful article on the myths and misconceptions and misinformation about ADHD   2009
NAMI-Nat. Alliance for Mental Illness Resources are provided on cultural competence in mental health care.  
NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Welfare Jean W. Anastas, PhD, LMSW, Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW. MPH, etc. Revises and expands the “NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Protection,” originally published in 1981, to address the changing practices and policies of social work and child welfare practice and reflect current practice trends and standards.   2013
NATIONAL RESPITE GUIDELINES Guiding Principles for Respite Models and Services Maggie Edgar, M.S.W., M onica Uhl, M.A., The guidelines provide a summary of guiding principles addressing quality indicators for all respite models and services. They can act as a checklist for providers of respite to review as they address respite service delivery issues   August 2011
NDTAC Issue Brief: Family Involvement Leslie Brock, Joyce Burrell, Tricia Tulipano This issue brief addresses the research that shows that family involvement is just as important in the juvenile justice system as it is in the educational system, and is connected to less recidivism and a more successful transition.   August 2006
NRCPFC Toolkit for Practitioners/Researchers Working with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer/Questioning (LGBTQ) Runaway and Homeless Youth Toolkit to assist agencies serviing runaway and homeless LGBTQ youth.  


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