Mental Health and Counseling in Schools
Presenters: Leah Harris, Trauma-Informed Care Specialist and Coordinator of Consumer Affairs for the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD), Eddy Machtinger, MD, Professor of Medicine and Director of the Women's HIV Program at the UCSF. and Mary Blake, CRE, ITE, Public Health Advisor at SAMHSA
Experts developed this website to help parents and caregivers understand their child's mental health issues. We have expanded the site to offer videos and training for early care and education providers and pediatric providers.
At Young Minds Advocacy Project, we believe data can be an incredible tool to elicit public and decision-makers' action on important issues. That's why we've rounded up some of the best (and most user-friendly) infographics to help readers like you inform and educate your network about making mental health a priority!
SBHCs are the ideal location for primary care and mental health staff to collaboratively address students' physical and mental health needs - leading to greater success in school and in life
Quality Assessment and Improvement in School-Based Health
5-step guide developed by the Center for School Mental Health and School-Based Health Alliance
Assessing body image from a parental and child's perspective
This report reviews current practices for children, youth and families visiting hospital emergency rooms for mental health conditions and makes recommendations for policy actions to improve care and encourage more community-based services.
Child Trends considered the evidence for interventions, both prevention- and promotion-oriented, that can improve mental wellness at the multiple levels of individual, family, school, and community.
The special issue contains 13 articles, including a review of research on care for depressed ethnic minorities, a study of urban adults receiving mental health services after exposure to trauma and an analysis of depression treatment among Latino primary care patients.
The Connecticut Commission on Health Equity's (CHE) overall mission is to eliminate health disparities based on race, ethnicity, gender, and linguistic ability through research, advocacy, and legislative action.
Whether you're a provider or a member of the partnership, here, you'll find the information needed to provide or access behavioral health and support services and details on those programs.
A statewide not-for-profit agency that provides direct services to adults with persistent mental illness presents workshops about mental health and mounts reform efforts to help shape state policies and laws.
This Web site is a resource for individuals, families, and agencies concerned with mental health. It provides information about mental health services, laws, and related news, as well as communication tools and other features.
CHDI advances and informs improvements in primary and preventive pediatric health and mental health care programs, practices, and policies in Connecticut, focusing on disadvantaged and underserved children and their families.