A growing network of leaders is pioneering how we diminish the impact of adverse childhood experiences.
November 21, 2011 | Program Result Report
Caring Across Communities: Addressing Mental Health Needs of Diverse Children and Youth brought school-connected mental health services to immigrants and refugees in 15 communities in eight states by developing model mental health programs.
June 1, 2001 | Program Result Report
Starting in January 1996, the Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Albany, N.Y. developed a method — through the education, social services, juvenile justice, and mental health systems — to purchase and manage individualized services for seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents to divert them from unnecessary placements and hospitalizations.
January 1, 1998 | Program Result Report
To remove barriers to receipt of mental health services in low-income Hispanic communities in New York City, this project trained Hispanic clergy and lay ministers to provide short-term counseling and referrals for longer-term mental health care.
July 31, 2008 | Program Result Report
The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center expanded its mental health services to address the needs of the Chinese-American community following the September 11th terrorist attack in Manhattan.
January 23, 2007 | Program Result Report
Staff at the Franklin K. Lane High School Student Health Center expanded mental health services by increasing service capacity, quality of care and reimbursement.
March 1, 2006 | Program Result Report
The Blanton-Peale Institute refined, strengthened and expanded its training program in mental health counseling for Hispanic pastors serving inner city congregations that it had developed with prior funding from RWJF.
May 24, 2004 | Program Result Report
The Asian American Federation of New York conducted a mental health needs assessment of Asian American World Trade Center victims' families and vulnerable populations in the Chinatown district.
July 1, 1999 | Program Result Report
The Pilsen-Little Village Community Mental Health Center developed and implemented community-based interventions that would address sociocultural barriers to health care for Hispanic Americans in Chicago's Near South/West Side.
June 13, 2013 | Program Result Report
Fresh Ideas was a targeted solicitation for proposals that aimed to give immigrants and refugees the tools and support they need to improve and maintain their own health.
September 29, 2008 | Program Result Report
Project Link is a consortium of six community service organizations to reduce repeated hospitalizations and incarcerations among a population of clients with the dual diagnoses of severe mental illness and substance abuse.