Helps policy makers, practitioners, and citizen groups understand what a “parenting success” strategy looks like and how it can strengthen families and communities.
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Discusses resources that service providers, advocates, and practitioners can use to better understand and engage the community in responding to children whose caregivers are negatively impacted by mental illness, substance use, or trauma.
Identifies the long-term societal benefits of investing early (from conception to age five) in effective programs for children.
Describes the model used by IL Children's Mental Health Partnership in providing grants to home visiting programs to fund Early Childhood Mental Health Consultants to work with program supervisors and staff.
Provides an overview of ECMHC, how it can support the implementation of the Pyramid Model, and the policy issues that arise when administrators seek to integrate these two approaches at the state and local levels.
Summarizes the findings of a random-controlled crossover evaluation of the Early Childhood Consultation Partnership (ECCP), a statewide system of early childhood mental health consultation in Connecticut. A detailed version is provided in the Final Report.
Share an organization's story and vision for reaching out to children through their teachers, and of creating and implementing a model of service in San Francisco that is intended to improve the long-term prospects for our most vulnerable children and families.
Highlights efforts under way in several federally funded Project LAUNCH sites where local programs are testing the effectiveness of including an Early Childhood Mental Health Consultant as part of the home visiting services.
Provides information on high-quality evaluation of early childhood mental health consultation (ECMHC) in community based settings. This tool kit provides guidance, tools, and resources that will assist in designing and implementing program evaluations.
Supports states to define the home visiting system, assess the home visiting system’s capacity, prioritize areas for improvement, and provide ongoing assessment.