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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.  
Promising Approaches in Behavioral Health Services: Family Involvement in Managed Care Systems Ginny M. Wood This paper discusses approaches and strategies for involving families in managed care systems, specifically focusing on two statewide and one local approach. The paper addresses requirements for family involvement at the system management and service delivery levels, the practice of relinquishing custody to obtain services, and program and staff roles for families and youth.   2004
Promising Practices Toolkit: Working With Drug Endangered Children and Their Families This toolkit was developed by the Federal Interagency Task Force on Drug Endangered Children and is a compilation of many practices, separated into three categories: (1) increasing drug endangered children awareness, (2) fostering community collaboration, and (3) creating a more effective response. The intent of this toolkit is to provide guidance and resources to professionals in identifying, responding to, and serving drug endangered children.   May 2011
Promising Practices in Adoption and Foster Care: A Comprehensive Guide to Policies and Practices that Welcome, Affirm, and Support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Foster and Adoptive Parents The Promising Practices guide is the cornerstone of All Children-All Families as it outlines key benchmarks of LGBT cultural competency and providers a framework for agency affirmation of LGBT prospective parents.   2012
Promising Practices: Building Collaboration in Systems of Care Sharon Hodges, Ph.D., Teresa Nesman, M.A., Mario Hernandez, Ph.D. Monograph developed for the purpose of describing promising practices in interagency collaboration at sites funded by the Center for Mental Health Services as part of the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and Their Families Program.   1998 Series/ 1999
Promoting Cultural Diversirty National Center for Cultural Competence This is a Self-Assessment Checklist for Personnel Providing Services and Support to LGBTQ Youth and Their Families.   2012
Promoting Effective Early Learning: What Every Policymaker and Educator Should Know Lisa Klein, Jane Knitzer Provides a blueprint for state and local policymakers, early learning administrators, teachers, families, community leaders, and researchers for the use of effective preschool curricula and teaching strategies to help low-income young children close the achievement gap in early literacy and math.   January 2007
Promoting Healthy Parenting Practices Across Cultural Groups: A CDC Research Brief Keri M. Lubell, PhD, Teresa Lofton, PhD, MPH, Helen Harber Singer, MPH Summarizes findings from a study on the differences and commonalities in values, practices, and child-rearing goals across five cultural groups—African Americans, American Indians, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and non-Hispanic Whites.   2008
Promoting Social-emotional Wellbeing in Early Intervention Services A Fifty-state View Janice L. Cooper & Jessica Vick Investigates how different policy choices are leveraged by states to integrate social emotional strategies into early intervention.   September 2009
Proposed Documentation of Training & Clinical Work Proposed Documentation of Training & Clinical Work.  
Proven Benefits of Early Childhood Interventions Details the most effective practices and features of early intervention programs.   2005
Provider Guidelines for Flex Funds Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) Sample flex funds policies and procedures for provider programs.  
Provider Guidelines for Flex Funds Children's Service Council, Broward Co. (Florida) Explains how flexible funds may be used.   April 2009
Providing Services and Supports for Youth Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex or Two-Spirit This brief describes key strategies, policies, and practices for professionals and systems to provide more culturally and linguistically competent care for LGBTQI2-S youth.   June 2012


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