Families should be meaningfully integrated into many aspects of the planning and operations of the system of care, including evaluation. Sources stress the importance of family involvement in assessment, and in monitoring and outcome evaluation (AACAP, 2009). Access the short version of the article here.
This brief presents data on System of Care infrastructure changes occurring within counties involved with NYS Success, from April through June 2016. Each quarter, counties complete a SAMHSA-developed infrastructure survey designed to evaluate the implementation of NYS Success statewide.
Case Studies: Social Marketing’s Unique Contribution to Mental Health Stigma Reduction and HIV Testing
Since its inception in 2005, articles in Health Promotion Practice’s social marketing department have focused on describing social marketing’s unique contributions and the application of each to the practice of health promotion. This article provides a brief review of six unique features (marketing mix, consumer orientation, segmentation, exchange, competition, and continuous monitoring) and then presents two case […]
The Philadelphia Urban ACE Study – The Health Federation of Philadelphia CDC-Kaiser ACE Study Education News: How Schools are Helping Children Deal with Trauma and Stress Hospital ERs Play Vital Role in Reducing Youth Violence in Urban Communities At Science of Trauma briefing on Capitol Hill, U.S. Sen. Heitkamp urges panelists to “keep preaching” Trauma-Informed […]
Health Professionals Advancing LGBT Equality – GLMA Healthcare Equality Index, About the HEI 2016 – Human Rights Campaign Healthcare Equality Index 2016 – Human Rights Campaign Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Issues in Counseling – ALGBTIC Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling American Counseling Association, Competencies for Counseling with Transgender Clients The Association of LGBTQ Psychiatrists […]
According to data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, from 1991 to 2000, arrests of girls increased more, or decreased less, than those of boys for the same offenses. By 2004, girls accounted for 30 percent of juvenile arrests. This apparent trend raises a number of questions, including whether it reflects an increase in girls’ […]
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has funded three key initiatives and – with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – constructed a framework for action to help communities reduce and prevent youth violence. Each initiative was launched in 2010 to address various facets of violence and to mitigate the […]
Juvenile Offenders and Victims: 2014 National Report is the fourth edition of a comprehensive report on juvenile crime, victimization, and the juvenile justice system. The report consists of the most requested information on juveniles and the juvenile justice system in the U.S. Developed by the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) for the Office of […]
The Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA) serves as the national representative and advocate for family-run organizations and their executive directors, and supports effective stewardship of family-run organizations.
This brief provides a summary of qualitative field data that was gathered to inform the implementation of a NYS Success pilot initiative designed to incorporate Wraparound within the context of Health Homes serving children and youth with serious behavioral health challenges in New York State. The data represented in this brief was collected from several […]