Resources

Looking for a specific resource related to children’s mental health research, policy and practice? Use the search filter below to search for highlighted resources 2012 to 2023.


Note: The Children’s Mental Health Network ceased operation in December, 2023. This archived website is hosted by our long-time partners at the College of Behavioral and Community Sciences, Department of Child & Family Studies, University of South Florida.

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Giving the (Young) People What They Want: A Policy Framework for Youth Peer Support

Read this important Policy Framework report by The Center for Law and Policy! The existing mental health system is…
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After High School: Talking With Your Young Adult About Underage Drinking

You can help the young adults in your life make healthy choices in their late teens and early 20s. It…
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Talking to Youth About Anti-Asian American and Pacific Islander Hate

Great resource from our colleagues at the National Child Traumatic Stress Network As a caregiver,…
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2023 Kids Count Data Book: State Trends in Child Well-Being

From the Annie E. Casey Foundation When families have accessible, affordable, quality child care, kids and parents…
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Mental Health Treatment Among Children Aged 5–17 Years: United States, 2021

This report describes the percentage of children aged 5–17 years who have received mental health treatment in the past 12…
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Applying for a Job: The Young Adults Guide

From our colleagues at Transitions ACR “Applying for a Job: The Young Person’s Guide” is…
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School Employee Wellness: A Toolkit for Supporting the Implementation of School Employee Wellness in Districts/Schools

School Employee Wellness: A Toolkit for Supporting the Implementation of School Employee Wellness in Districts/Schools The COVID-19…
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Mental Health and Schools: Best Practices to Support Our Students Implications for Policy, Systems, and Practice

It is well documented that one in five children will experience a diagnosable behavioral health concern, and half of all…
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Moving Beyond Change Efforts: Evidence and Action to Support and Affirm LGBTQI+ Youth

This report, Moving Beyond Change Efforts: Evidence and Action to Support and Affirm LGBTQI+ Youth, provides behavioral health providers, researchers,…