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Permanency Planning Today: Family Engagement This issue of Permanency Planning Today focuses on family engagement, and features articles on: Familyconnect guides to assist with family visits, the intersection of migration and child welfare, the use of practice models, Texas Child Protective Services’ work on addressing racial disproportionality, and New Mexico’s use of icebreakers between foster parents and birth parents.   Spring 2009
Pharmacologic Guidelines for Treating Individuals with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Co-Occurring Opioid Use Disorders Offers guidance for treating individuals who have post-traumatic stress disorder and also have opioid use disorders.   2012
Physical Punishment: What Parents Should Know Provides facts on the negative impact of physical punishment and introduces effective alternatives to physical discipline.   2009
Planned and Crisis Respite for Families with Children: Results of a Collaborative Study Susan Dougherty with Elisabeth Yu Maggie Edgar Pamela Day and Casandra Wade This report describes the survey’s findings; documents approaches to funding, administering, and delivering planned and crisis respite services to families, as described in the case studies; and makes preliminary recommendations on expanding and enhancing these services to support families and caregivers nationwide  
Planning for a meeting about your child’s behavior needs Prepares parents of children with behavioral needs for individualized meetings about their child’s behavior.   2007
Playground Heroes Ken Rigby, Bruce Johnson Examines the reasons why anti-bullying programs have not been successful, and suggests improvements.   April 2010
Policies & Procedures for Home & Community Based Services for Children The Child, Adolescent, & Family Unit of the Vermont Dept. of Developmental & Mental Health Services Title XIX Medicaid Waiver.   July 2005
Policy Brief - Advancing Equity in Behavioral Health Through Telemedicine Vanderploeg, J., & Freeburg, T., Lang. J., Sovronsky, H., Moroy- Smith, A., Hoffman, P. The COVID pandemic helped demonstrate that telemedicine promotes access to health services and improves equity among socioeconomically, racially, and ethnically diverse families. Research has also shown that telemedicine is generally as effective as in-person psychotherapy. This policy brief was jointly authored by staff from CHDI, the Village for Families and Children, Connecticut Children's, and Yale New Haven Health Center/Yale Medicine and includes four recommendations to support the long-term effectiveness of telemedicine services for children and families.   April 2021
Policy Review and Development Guide: Lebian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Persons in Custodial Settings Brenda Smiht, Melissa Loomis, Jaime Yarussi, Jody Marksamer This guide is a first step in reaching out to correctional agencies to help them identify, address, and respond to abuse of LGBTI individuals through agency policies and procedures.   August 2013
Position Statement: LGBT Youth Identifies the position of the NASP and explains responsibilities of school psychologists in serving LGBT youth.   2011
Post-Adoption Services: Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children Adopted From Foster Care This report describes strategies for expanding and improving post-adoption mental health services for adopted children and their families.   July 2007
Potential Early Childhood Communities Outcome Measures Stacey Friedman Potential Early Childhood Communities Outcome Measures.   April 2006
Practice Brief: Providing Services and Supports for Youth Who Are LGBTQI2-S This brief reviews developing culturally and linguistically competent programs and services to meet the needs and preferences of LGBTQI2-S youth.   2008
Practice Guidelines for Video-Based Online Mental Health Services This practice guidelines document focuses on telemental health services delivered in real-time using internetbased videoconferencing technologies through personal computers and mobile devices. These guidelines serve as a companion document to ATA’s Practice Guidelines for Videoconferencing-based Telemental Health, a document adopted in 2009 that focuses on real-time videoconferencing-based telemental health services delivered using technologies other than the Internet.   May 2013
Practice Improvement Protocol 7 - Transitioning to Adult Services Arizona Dept. of Health Services Outlines steps needed to ensure timely and seamless transition of children into the adult service system, and dispels myths related to transition process.   July 2004
Practice Protocol - The Unique Behavioral Health Service Needs of Children, Youth, and Families Involved with CPS Arizona Dept. of Health Services Outlines the clinical considerations for serving children involved with CPS.   December 2007
Practice Protocol: The Unique Behavioral Health Service Needs of Children, Youth, and Families Involved with CPS This revision of the Arizona Department of Health Services’ practice improvement protocol addresses the unique behavioral health needs of children and families involved with the child welfare system.   December 2008 (revised)
Predictors of Admission to Acute Inpatient Psychiatric Care Among Children Enrolled in Medicaid Stephanie A. Bryson • Becci A. Akin This study examined acute inpatient psychiatric admissions among child Medicaid recipients with a mental multivariable logistic regression to determine the demographic, clinical, and service factors associated with admissions among 51,233 Medicaid enrolled children 3–17 years old who were identified as having a mental health diagnosis.   2014
Preliminary Adaptations for Working with Traumatized Latino/Hispanic Children and their Families (PDF) This series serves to support the NCTSN commitment to raising the standard of care for traumatized children, their families, and their communities by highlighting the diversity of needs and experiences of those children, families, and communities.   2007
Preparing Staff to Work with Immigrant Youth Though no one person will have every characteristic, an organization can use this list to assess their staff overall.  
Preschool Training Guidelines for the Core Provider Chart of preschool training guidelines for core providers with knowledge, competencies, and hours of training.  
Preschool Training Guidelines for the Mental Health Practitione Chart of preschool training guidelines for mental health practitioners with knowledge, core concepts, training in concept application, and hours of training.  
Programs and Practices for Special Education Students in Alternative Education Settings Deanne Unruh, Michael Bullis, Bonnie Todis, Miriam Waintrup, & Trent Atkins Describes the findings from a University of Oregon study on alternative education programs for youth with disabilities.   January 2007
Project ABC Logic Model Project ABC (California) System of care logic model.   July 2006
Prom Season: What LGBTQ Youth Need to Know Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund Educates LGBT students on their rights at prom, including their right to bring a date, and also addresses how to handle harassment.  


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