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Title File Author Description Article Date
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
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.  
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
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.  
Best Practices for Addressing The Mental Health Needs Of Children And Youth In Schools Sandy Keenan, Trina Osher Provides information to schools for creating a learning environment suitable for youth with mental health needs.   2007
Best Practices to Address Community Gang Problems: OJJDP's Comprehensive Gang Model, Second Edition Provides guidance on how communities can best address an existing or emerging youth gang problem, and includes a summary of findings from an independent evaluation of OJJDP’s Gang Reduction Program.   October 2010
Better Solutions for Youth with Mental Health Needs in the Juvenile Justice System Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Collaborative for Change: A Training, Technical Assistance and Education Center and a member of the Models for Change Resource Center Partnership This article examines how widespread the challenge of mental health in America's juvenile justice system is, the scientific breakthroughs that can help youth with mental health needs, how communities can adopt some of these solutions, and what can be done.  
Better Together: Improving Local Systems to Improve Afterschool H.J. Cummins Describes recommendations from a gathering during which representatives from 57 U.S. cities discussed how to push for better, more accessible afterschool programs. Recommendations include developing high-quality, community-wide “afterschool systems” and addressing the needs of all students to improve academic and social outcomes.   2013
Beyond Random Acts Family, School, and Community Engagement as an Integral Part of Education Reform Heather B. Weiss, M. Elena Lopez, and Heidi Rosenberg Considers policy design and data systems as tools to engage families and schools, especially related to the role of families in the transformation of low-performing schools.   2010
Blended Funding Logic Model Detroit-The Southwest Community Partnership (Michigan) Logic model for the goal of moving to flexible funding and individualized services to improve outcomes.  
Blending or Braiding Funding Across Systems Detroit-The Southwest Community Partnership (Michigan) Outlines outcomes and goals related to flexible funding.  
Bridging the Cultural Divide in Health Care Settings National Center for Cultural Competence, Georgetown Univeristy Center for Child and Human Development, Georgetown University Medical Center. Manual regarding the use of cultural brokers in the healthcare setting.   Spring/Summer 2004
Brief Summary of House Bill 1756 Dawn Project Replication Dawn Project (Indiana) Law to provide start-up funding for new system of care sites.  
Budget Spreadsheet TA parnership for child and family mental health Sample Cultural and Linguistic Competence Budget Spreadsheet.  
Budget Template and Users Guide The Excel spreadsheet provides a budget template to enter estimated costs for anticipated cultural and linguistic competence (CLC) activities.  
Building Community Partnerships: What's Important for Fatherhood Programs? Describes the financial, organizational, and human resources benefits that community partnerships can offer fatherhood programs and offers tips for identifying and leveraging such partnerships.   October 2009
Building Community Partnerships: What's Important for Fatherhood Programs? (PDF) This brief discusses the benefits of community partnerships and provides tips to practitioners for identifying and leveraging such partnerships.   October 2009
Building Resilience: the Power to Cope with Adversity William R. Beardslee, Mary Watson Avery, et al. Presents practical tips and strategies for helping children and families foster resilience by identifying strengths and building on resources.   September 2010


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