Approximately 20% of all children have some sort of mental health issue and only one third of those receive services. Of those students who do receive mental health services, 70% get them in the school setting.
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Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) has been the “guiding light” for citywide collaboration, supporting an improved relationship between the Rochester School District (RSD) and the City of Rochester. The Rochester Recreation Department (RRD) is a key partner in this collaboration, which directl...
Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) implementation within Pennsylvania’s overarching system of care partnership is creating numerous new opportunities for schools at the center of their communities. This strategy is generating great benefits for comprehensive approaches to address the consequen...
Wisconsin Project LAUNCH summarizes their work to promote the integration of behavioral health into primary care focused on five initiatives, including provider training, behavioral health integration pilot project/brief module development, joint release of information form, primary care provider...
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 supports primary health care teams to align practice with Patient-Centered Primary Care Home (PCPCH) medical home criteria, implement assessment tools, and increase provider confidence in managing behavior problems.
This e-book describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
Describes innovative strategies that the six Project LAUNCH grantees funded from 2010-2015 used to improve outcomes for children, families and communities.
Shares information about SAMHSA's "Suicide Safe" free app that helps healthcare providers, in particular primary care providers, integrate suicide prevention strategies into their practice and address suicide risk among their patients.