This issue brief reviews findings from the Project LAUNCH grantee evaluations, highlighting the promising approaches to behavioral health integration among the Project LAUNCH grantees and the impact of these efforts, including increased screening and early referrals from primary care providers an...
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This issue brief further examines the impact of ECMHC on children, families, and ECE and home visiting staff based on the Project LAUNCH grantee evaluations, and identifies lessons from this work that can inform the successful expansion of ECMHC services within ECE settings and home visiting prog...
Nationwide, communities, states, territories, and tribes are pioneering new ways to promote young child wellness through Project LAUNCH, a federal initiative funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
Vermont Project LAUNCH provides quarterly policy briefs from Building Bright Futures. Topics include bullying prevention, adverse effects of child neglect, and health and educational disparities in young children.
NYC Project LAUNCH describes work to support parents and families using the Circle of Security Parenting Program.
NYC Project LAUNCH describes educational and communication materials created and used to promote and support the well-being of young children.
NYC Project LAUNCH highlights and summarizes work to support early childhood mental health consultation in early care and education, and provides recommendations for future efforts in these areas.
NYC Project LAUNCH highlights and summarizes work to support developmental screening and integration of behavioral health into primary care, and provides recommendations for future efforts in these areas.
Multnomah Project LAUNCH summarizes strengths, challenges, and recommendations for Oregon's early intervention and identification system as evaluated by Project LAUNCH.
Multnomah Project LAUNCH provides an overview of Mulnomah Project LAUNCH's support to the Oregon Pediatric Society to deliver screening and referral trainings with health care providers.