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Promoting School-Based Mental Health: Perspectives from School Practitioners slides
School-based mental health services

Date Posted: Wednesday, September 28, 2011
Authors: Joelle Powers, Kristina C. Webber, Noah Martinson, Heather A. Bower
Applicable Courses: (no courses)
Topics: Children and Families, Mental Health, Policy

Aftercare Services for International Sex Trafficking Survivors: Informing U.S. Service and Program Development in an Emerging slides
This study aims to identify and synthesize services recommended in scientific literature, government reports, and by organizations working with sex trafficking survivors in the United States to develop comprehensive protocols for aftercare services for sex trafficking survivors

Date Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Authors: Rebecca J Macy, Natalie Johns
Applicable Courses: Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Discrimination and Inequality, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Violence, Health Policy, Health Practice, Practice with Women, Social Policy, Social Welfare Policy, Violence and Anti-Social Behavior
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Diverse Populations, Health, Mental Health, Policy, Substance Abuse

Evidence-based Programs for Schools: Relationships Between Effect Sizes and Resources Requirements slides
This article discusses a study which examines the critical relationship between resource requirements and effect sizes of 51 evidence-based programs that would influence school practitionersí choice of interventions

Date Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Authors: Joelle Powers, Aaron M. Thompson
Applicable Courses: Child and Adolescent Development, Child and Adolescent Mental Health Practice, Child and Adolescent Practice, Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Development and HBSE, Mental Health Policy, Mental Health Practice, Practice with People with Disabilities
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Mental Health, Policy

Mental Health in Schools: Meeting Accountability Demands with an Online Resource slides
To reduce barriers to knowledge of effective practices a new mental health module was developed and added to an existing online database of best practices for schools

Date Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Authors: Joelle Powers
Applicable Courses: Child and Adolescent Development, Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Family and Child Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Development and HBSE, Mental Health Policy, Mental Health Practice, Practice with People with Disabilities, School Social Work
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Mental Health, Social Work Education, Technology

Work Characteristics and Family Routines in Low-Wage Families slides
This presentation draws from a study which seeks to understand the relationship between employment characteristics on the maintenance of family routines in a sample of low-wage families.

Date Posted: Thursday, September 15, 2011
Authors: Amanda Sheely
Applicable Courses: Child Welfare and Child Welfare Policy, Family and Child Practice, Family Development and HBSE, Social Welfare Policy
Topics: Children and Families, Community, Policy

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