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School-based Mental Health Services

School-Based Mental Health

Date/Time (ET): 
October 11, 2006 - 12:30pm - 2:00pm

This teleconference guides Safe Schools/Healthy Students grantees through the many resources available from the Center for Mental Health in Schools at UCLA.

Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Programs

U.S. Department of Education, Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools

The purpose of the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling program is to support efforts by local educational agencies (LEAs) to establish or expand elementary school and secondary school counse

Working Together to Help Youth Thrive in Schools and Communities

US Department of Health and Human Services

This report looked at the academic, behavioral, and emotional performance of youth involved in systems of care

Role of Mental Health Services in Promoting Safe and Secure Schools

The Hamilton Fish Institute on School and Community Violence & Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory

Part of a series of five guidebooks that describe key components of creating safe, positive schools, this resource explores the role of mental health services in developing and maintaining safe sch

Screening and Assessing Immigrant and Refugee Youth in School-Based Mental Health Programs

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

This paper provides an overview of screening, identification, and assessment tools and processes that can be used by practitioners and researchers who care for immigrant and refugee youth. We focus particularly on those tools useful in school-based settings.

Mental Health in School & School Improvement: Current Status, Concerns, and New Directions

Center for Mental Health in Schools

This online publication covers topics related to mental health in schools including the current state of the art, concerns about pursuing mental health in schools, advancing the field, and policy a

Growing Community Schools: The Role of Cross-boundary Leadership

Coalition for Community Schools

This report profiles eleven communities involved in creating community schools. These efforts involve collaboration of education, government and public, private and community-based agencies.