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...

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 brief takes an in-depth look at how organizations of all types, in diverse settings, are implementing a collective approach to solve large-scale social problems. It outlines several initiatives...

This research-based guide for parents, educators, and community leaders discusses risk factors associated with drug abuse among youth and protective factors to prevent drug abuse from beginning....

This reviews community-based prevention and evidence-based practices and how through training, consultation, and other educational events people can support community-based prevention efforts....

This website provides information and resources for state leaders in order to help them reform existing state systems, test new models, and develop new approaches that allow young children to thrive...

This guide is to help individuals who would like to organize discussion about mental health within their community in order to break down the misperceptions and build a healthy, supportive community...

After people have organized and discussed issues in the community regarding mental health and have come up with clear objectives for a program, the next step is to develop a community-based program...

This template, developed by School-Based Health Alliance in partnership with the Center for School Mental Health, can be used to plan and evaluate new or established mental health programs in...

This tip sheet outlines how faith-communities can play a role in bullying prevention and intervention. Places of worship—like churches, synagogues, and mosques—can offer a space where children and...

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