NYC Project LAUNCH describes work to support parents and families using the Circle of Security Parenting Program.
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NYC Project LAUNCH describes educational and communication materials created and used to promote and support the well-being of young children.
Multnomah Project LAUNCH summarizes strengths, challenges, and recommendations for Oregon's early intervention and identification system as evaluated by Project LAUNCH.
Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
Provides national data showing how health care, family, and community factors are related to mental, behavioral, and developmental disorders in early childhood. Findings highlight specific factors that could be addressed through efforts at national, state and local levels.
Describes Colorado's work to promote early childhood social and emotional development through the use of mental health consultants in schools and child care programs.
Considers the role of educational attainment, degree type (e.g., concentration or major in early childhood or a related field), years of experience, and training. The brief concludes with implications for future research, as well as for policy and practice.
Explores interventions in early childhood that can help prevent drug use and other unhealthy behaviors.
Presents fundamental facts on the rationale for using Evidence Based Practices (EBPs) within behavioral health service systems.
Defines infant mental health, highlights the workforce competencies across disciplines, describes essential components of a competent infant and toddler mental health workforce, and provides national examples of successful workforce development approaches.