This article describes a science-based framework for the promotion of child health and development within distressed high-poverty neighborhoods. They provide a model of developmental influences and...

Adding to recent research that clinical depression may be preventable, this article argues that the health care system should provide access to evidence-based depression prevention programs, much as...

This article describes the challenges of estimating the extent to which poverty affects children’s mental, emotional, and behavioral health. It argues that better understanding   of the ways that...

This paper reports on the development and implementation of Families OverComing Under Stress (FOCUS), a family-centered intervention for families facing the effect of wartime deployments.  It pays...

This study examines five American Indian children’s mental health projects that have developed systems of care based on their own cultures and the strengths of their families. The authors identify...

This journal issue examines evidenced-based practices (EBPs) as applied to Native American populations. This includes the challenges of adapting EBPs to be culturally relevant, reviews of various...

This article discusses the evidence that American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) suffer disproportionately from mental health problems compared to other Americans, how the expansion of services...

This Web page provides resources and materials from a teleconference presenting restorative justice models as an alternative and more effective way of approaching disciplinary issues. Resources...

Using an 8-step Communication Planning Model, this resource explains the importance of communication in the process of obtaining and maintaining sustainability. It describes the various ways grant...

 Policymakers have the ability to promote Safe Schools/Healthy Students (SS/HS) initiative. The following steps in this guide offer some strategic direction to help educate decision makers,...

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