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Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) for American Indian Youth

With permission from the developers, the National Native Children’s Trauma Center (NNCTC) has provided training in CBITS with the understanding…

Coping During COVID: How Parents Rated Family Peer Support

The pandemic upended life for families in America. Families whose children have mental health needs were particularly hard hit. However,…

Mental Health and Our Changing Climate—Impacts, Inequities, Responses

Our climate is changing at an unprecedented and alarming rate with profound impacts on human life. Climate change-fueled acute disaster…

Understanding the Landscape: Mental Health Access for African American and LatinX Children and Youth in the State of Georgia

Healthcare Georgia Foundation partnered with the Multicultural Development Institute, Inc., to cultivate this White Paper discussing mental health equity…

Protecting Youth Mental Health The U.S. Surgeon General’s Advisory

A Surgeon General’s Advisory is a public statement that calls the American people’s attention to an urgent public health issue…

A New Tool for Solving Missing and Murdered Cases in Indian Country

~ Announcement from Bryan Newland, Assistant Secretary, Indian Affairs ~ 12-10-21 Today, I was proud to announce…

Differential Impact, Differential Adjustments: Diverse Experiences of the COVID‑19 Pandemic by College Students in an Upper‑Midwestern University, USA

As we continue to battle the COVID-19 pandemic and the new variants, we need to remain mindful of its impact…

Coalition Declares ‘National Emergency’ in Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Thanks to the NASMHPD for sharing this important resource!  In late October, three national organizations – the…

The Evolution of the System of Care Approach for Children, Youth, and Young Adults with Mental Health Conditions and Their Families

The system of care (SOC) approach was first introduced in the mid-1980s to address well-documented problems in mental health systems…