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Title File Author Description Article Date
Consultant Activity Report Rural Children's' Initiative Sample monthly activity report form for consultants.   May 2004
Contrasting Parents' and Pediatricians' Perspectives on Shared Decision-Making in ADHD Alexander G. Fiks, Cayce C. Hughes, Angela Gafen, James P. Guevara, Frances K. Barg Reveals that parents viewed physicians to be clinical experts and parents family experts, whereas the pediatricians viewed their role as the ability to convince parents about their choice of treatment. The authors recommend increasing the education of pediatricians on the former and correct view.   December 2010
Coordination Council Agenda ON CARE - Onondoga County System of Care (New York) Sample agenda for Coordinating Council meeting.   March 2011
Core Elements of the Parent Advocate Job Duties Cuyahoga Tapestry System of Care Parent Advocate job description.  
Costs of Early Childhood Home Visiting: An Analysis of Programs Implemented in the Supporting Evidence-Based Home Visiting to Prevent Child Maltreatment Initiative Andrew Burwick, Heather Zaveri,Lisa Shang, Kimberly Boller, Deborah Daro (Chapin Hall), Debra A. Strong This report examines the home-visting program and the costs associated with it.   January 2014
Coverage of Behavioral Health Services for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Significant Mental Health Conditions Cindy Mann, Pamela S. Hyde Describes the benefits of modalities, such as Wraparound, that have been found to be useful for youth involved with systems of care.   May 2013
Creating A Communications Plan FREDLA Powerpoint presentation about creating a communications plan   2014
Creating Postsecondary Pathways to Good Jobs for Young High School Dropouts Explains how to create pathways to postsecondary credentials for youth between ages of 16-24 who have dropped out of school.   2008
Creating Safe Space for GLBTQ Youth: A Toolkit The toolkit assists young people in understanding the negative impact of homophobia and transphobia on GLBTQ youth and in taking a stand for social justice.  
Creating a Positive Behavior Intervention Plan and a Crisis Plan: Things to consider if your child has a disability and behavioral needs Supports families in developing their child’s Individualized Education Program (IEP) to include behavioral intervention and crisis plans. This resource covers the purpose of each plan and what should be considered for inclusion.   2007
Criminal Justice and School Sanctions against Nonheterosexual Youth: A National Longitudinal Study Kathryn E. W. Himmelstein and Hannah Brückner Examines whether youth who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or questioning suffer disproportionate school and criminal-justice sanctions from their heterosexual peers and urges better understanding of the phenomenon to prevent it.   December 2010
Crisis & Emergency Response Work Group Planning Form ON CARE - Onondaga County System of Care (New York) Sample work plan for developing a Mental Health Crisis & Emergency Response system, as well as a strategy for informing youth and families about it.  
Crisis Plan Rural Children's' Initiative (Texas) Crisis Plan form.  
Crisis Services:Effectiveness, Cost-Effectiveness, and Funding Strategies Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration This report reviews the benefits of continuum of crisis services, what states offer them, funding and payment methods, and lessons learned.   2014
Critical Disparities in Latino Mental Health- Transforming Research Into Action Britt Rios-Ellis Report of research from Latino Mental Health Summit. Discusses mental health issues and disparities facing Latinos and makes recommendations.   November 2005
Critical Factors in System of Care Implementation Sharon Hodges, Nathaniel Israel, Kathleen Ferreira, & Jessica mazza Describes cross-site patterns of system implementation and identifies four factors critical to implementation: values and beliefs, goals, structures, and information sharing.   February 2007
Critical Issues and LGBT-Two Spirit Populations: Highlights from the HONOR Project Study A health survey of Two-Spirit Native Americans designed to (a) test a theoretically driven stress and coping model among 447 twospirit American Indians via a structured survey; (b) design and test the feasibility of various peer-driven sampling recruitment methodologies to produce a national representative sample; and (c) conduct a qualitative study with 65 leaders to identify major strengths and coping strategies in this population.   2010
Crosswalk to Implementing Your Cooperative Agreement: 2011 Connects the requirements of the RFA, system of care implementation strategies, and the knowledge and experience of communities, families, youth, TA providers, researchers, and consultants to assist in systems of care development.   2011
Crosswalk to Implementing Your Cooperative Agreement: 2011 Connects the requirements of the RFA, system of care implementation strategies, and the knowledge and experience of communities, families, youth, TA providers, researchers, and consultants to assist in systems of care development.   2011
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultrual Competence in Clinical Care This seminar series presents methods for assessing patients' cultural backgrounds and cultural views about illness in a clinical setting.  
Cultural Competence Assessment Scale TA parnership for child and family mental health Describes the Program Level Cultural Competence Assessment Scale 2.1, which measures organizational cultural competence in mental health outpatient settings and can be used for program-level self-assessment and care coordination to monitor change over time.  
Cultural Competence Readiness Assessment Questionnaire TA parnership for child and family mental health This is a list of questions that should be addressed as part of the preparation for adopting cultural competency principles and initial training.  
Cultural Competence Resources listing of resources for professionals and the general public provided by SAMHSA.  


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