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An Introduction to Welcoming School Describes Welcome Schools, an innovative program to strengthen schools‘ approaches to family diversity, gender stereotyping, and bullying.   2009
An Overview of Alternative Education Laudan Y. Aron Investigates the reconnection of out-of-school youth through community- or district-based programs.   January 2006
Analyzing Child and Adolescent Expendituresand Service Use Across Systems Sheila Pires COULD NOT OPEN FILE   July 2014
Annotated Booklist of Children’s Literature and Young Adult/Adult LGBT Literature This annotated booklist provides a short description of recommended LGBT-related books, ideas on how they can be discussed with students, and where the resources can be located or purchased.  
Annual Systems of Care Site Review Process Oklahoma System of Care Step-by-step process for conducting an annual local system of care site review visit.   September 2010
Anti-Gay Bullying: What’s the Big Deal? Provides highlights from multiple publications as they relate to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) bullying.  
Application for Recognition of Exemption Healthy Families Project (Nebraska) IRS Form - sample completed 501(c)(3) form.   December 2003
Approaches to Dropout Prevention: Heeding Early Warning Signs With Appropriate Interventions Louise Kennelly, Maggie Monrad Provides statistical data on school dropouts to reveal the urgency of this problem.   October 2007
Arizona Child and Family Teams Proficiency Measurement Tool for Facilitation Arizona Department of Health Services Supports supervision and training aimed at achieving at least a basic, and ultimately a high, level of documented proficiency, helping to identify areas of CFT practice in need of teaching, strengthening, or other performance improvement.   March 2006
Arizona's Crosswalk for DC 0-3 to ICD-9-CM- to DSM-IV Sample crosswalk from currently and previously funded Early Childhood communities.   September 2009
Articles of Incorporation of Healthy Families Project Healthy Families Project (Nebraska) Sample submitted articles of incorporation form.   May 2002
Assessing Violence Exposure and Trauma Symptoms in Young Children: A Critical Review of Measures Carla Smith Stover & Steven Berkowitz Reviews the assessment measures currently available for the evaluation of potentially traumatic events (PTE) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms in children under the age of six.   December 2005
Assumptions, Indicators and Descriptors for the Family Voice Study: Assessing the Role of Family Organizations in Developing Family Voice in Systems of Care Identifies characteristics of systems of care with strong family voice, presents questions to identify the implementation and effectiveness of these characteristics, and offers questions to learn how these indicators are put into action.   2006
Avoiding Governance Pitfalls How to avoid governance pitfalls that can derail the process.   2010
Avoiding Unnecessary Placements through the use of Substitute Care Funds Our Kids, Miami-Dade/Munroe Counties (Florida) Describes procedures regarding the spending flexibility within dependency placement programs granted by s. 409.165, Florida Statues (F.S.).   July 2005
Away From Home Youth Experiences of Institutional Placements in Foster Care Sarah Fathallah & Sarah Sullivan  
BLOOM Logic Model Project BLOOM System of care logic model.   2007
Background Checks and Family Partners Presents solutions for how to hire well-qualified family members when personal histories revealed during background checks may present problems.  
Be True Be you LGBTQ Booklet Written to youth and young adults to provide an overview of sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, coming out, LGBTQ+ and mental health, self-care, mental health services, and rights.  
Becoming A Medicaid Provider of Family and Youth Peer Support - Considerations for Family Run Organizations Jane Kallal et. Al This resource provides guidance to family run organizations that are considering whether to become Medicaid providers of family and youth peer support. It uses examples from three states – Arizona, Maryland, and Rhode Island – to illustrate key aspects of this decision and process in becoming a Medicaid family and youth peer support provider.   February 2014
Becoming a Medicaid Provider ofFamily and Youth Peer SupportConsiderations for Family Run Organizations Jane Kallal, Jane Walker, Lisa Conlan Lewis, Dayana Simons, Jessican Lipper, Sheila Pires This resource provides guidance to family run organizations that are considering whether to become Medicaid providers of family and youth peer support. It uses examples from three states – Arizona, Maryland, and Rhode Island – to illustrate key aspects of this decision and process in becoming a Medicaid family and youth peer support provider.   February 2014
Behavioral Health Treatment Needs Assessment Toolkit for States Provides States and service agencies with detailed information on the latest behavioral health statistics as well as step-by-step instructions on generating future projections regarding the needs that will need to be addressed.   2013
Being Two Spirit: A Brief Explainer They’ve gone by a lot of names. They’ve endured colonialism and hatred. But they are still here and they are amazing. Here is a brief history of queer Native culture.   2017
Bending the Mold: An Action Kit for Transgender Students This toolkit is designed to assist transgender, gender non-conforming, questioning, and ally students to make school a safer place. Resources include how to advocate for change as well as an extensive list of resources to help you connect with the transgender community and find support.  
Benefits of Systems of Care for Child Welfare This document describes the common goals and shared values between systems of care and child welfare, explains why child welfare should be involved in systems of care, and lists the benefits to child welfare from participating as part of a system of care.  


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