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41. Resources For Improving Mental Health Services For Low-Income Children
Outcomes for youth participating in Wraparound Milwaukee appointments, and attendingclasses with children. North Carolina, North Dakota, arizona, and Minnesota
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Resources For Welfare Decisions
Vol. 5, No. 10 October 2001
Resources for Improving Mental Health Services for Low-Income Children
Background
According to a report by the Surgeon General, many children have mental health problems that interfere with normal development and functioning. In the United States, one in ten children and adolescents suffer from mental illness severe enough to cause some level of impairment in functioning at home, in school, or in the community. Lack of parity for mental health services is a problem for all insured individuals, including children. Early intervention is crucial for all children with mental health needs. Research has shown that behavioral and emotional problems are more prevalent among poor children than non-poor children. This may be due to multiple policy and practice issues, including access to services, lack of health insurance, mental health system capacity, misdiagnosis, and parents’ own mental health issues.

42. CSPV Links
Services (NDCYFS); National Institute for Trauma and Loss in children (TLC); America'sPromise – The Alliance for youth; arizona Mentoring Partnership (AMP
http://www.colorado.edu/cspv/resources/links.html
Home I Contact I Site Map
Links to other websites The following links are listed to assist you in accessing other state and national organizations, libraries, resources and databases. CSPV does not necessarily endorse any of these links. If you are aware of other violence related resources on the Internet, or have trouble acessing one of our links, please e-mail us at cspv@Colorado.edu For a comprehensive listing of programs or to find a specific program in your area, search VioPro online.
Alcohol and Drugs
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43. State Licensing Specialists
Security PO Box 6123 Phoenix, arizona 85005 602542 Nevada Division of children andFamily Services 6171 New Hampshire Division for children, youth and Families
http://www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cb/publications/licspc.htm
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B C D E F G H I J K L M N ... P Q R S T U ... W XYZ Alabama Dept. of Human Resources
Family Services Division, Office of Residential Licensing
50 N. Ripley St.
Montgomery, ALABAMA
Alaska Dept. of Health and Human Services
Division of Family and Youth Services
P.O. Box 110630
Juneau, ALASKA
Arizona Dept. of Economic Security
P.O. Box 6123 Phoenix, ARIZONA Arkansas Dept. of Human Services Division of Child and Family Services Child Welfare Licensing Unit 115 Market St. Little Rock, ARKANSAS California Dept. of Social Services 744 P Street, MS 17-17 Sacramento, CALIFORNIA Colorado Dept. of Social Services Division of Child Care 1575 Sherman St., 1st Floor Denver, COLORADO Connecticut Dept. of Children and Families 505 Hudson Street Hartford, CONNECTICUT Delaware Dept. of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families 1825 Faulkland Road Wilmington, DELAWARE Department of Health - Licensing and Regulatory Administration Human Social Services Facility Division 825 N. Capitol St. NE

44. Alcohol And Drug Resources For Parents Of Teens And Children
Drug Free arizona and Gang Violence for Parents to help protect children who are assistancefor parents with teenagers, troubled teens and youth at risk who
http://www.soberrecovery.com/links/parents.html
Help and Information for Alcoholism, Addictions and Mental Health
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Aspen Academy
A fully-accredited, professionally supervised outdoor therapy program for adolescents, ages 13-17. Aspen specializes in working with teens with emotional, behavioral and drug abuse problems.
Gatehouse: Residential Program For Young Adults 17-25
A unique, comprehensive recovery community focusing on young adults age 17 to 25, combining living skills, training, therapy, school and outdoor activities on one campus.
http://www.strugglingyoungadults.net

Teenage Addicts Can Recover
Teenage Addicts Can Recover: Resources for parents and professionals working with young people in recovery.
http://www.day-by-day.org
Wilderness Quest Outdoor Youth Treatment Program
A way back from substance use for adolescents and young adults one step at a time, through a combination of intensive wilderness living and strongly facilitated 12-step model self discovery. Utah.
http://www.wildernessquest.com

45. Summer Camps And Programs
1800-AC-youth PO Box 1709, Phoenix, arizona 85001 Each Five day and night summercamp for children with a 3rd-8th grades is held at the Rotary youth Camp in
http://www.focusas.com/SummerCamps.html
Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or Summer Camps and Programs Go to your state's Family Help page for more resources. Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact Summer camp offers a time for children to learn about themselves, other people, and about aspects of the world to which they might not normally be exposed. They meet and interact with new children, often from different parts of the city and state, and with different backgrounds. Camp can be pure recreation, and it can be educational and a place to learn new skills and proficiencies. Some camps are designed to offer special and therapeutic experiences for children, helping them mature and learn to be more responsible for themselves. Summer camps can empower children to stay on the path of positive behavior. However, if your child already has a pattern of behavior problems or drug use, a residential program or structured boarding school would be more appropriate. Click here to receive information on private schools and residential programs for troubled teens or call Information and Resources 101 Ways to Keep Kids Busy This Summer Suggestions from Parents: The Anti-Drug ADD Goes to Summer Camp American Camping Association Comprehensive website from camp professionals who have joined together to share their knowledge and experience and to ensure the quality of camp programs.

46. Parent Resources
A stated objective of the arizona PTA is to bring into closer relation the home inthe United States working exclusively on behalf of children and youth.
http://edweb.tusd.k12.az.us/bowmang/parntpg.htm
Page Guide On this page you will find information about or links to student progress reports chapter test and homework due dates study skills and test taking strategies TUSD data and statistics ... state math requirements , math resources, general resources, student safety and filtering on the Internet, organizations for parents, and national, state and local education departments and institutions.
Please send comments or questions grady.bowman@tusd.k12.az.us 731-7586 - Voice Mail 3951 S. Pantano Road
Tucson Az 85730 Daily Schedule Period/Time Activity Conference Planning Intermediate Planning Intermediate Algebra 1 Lunch Algebra 1 Intermediate Conference Wednesday c lass periods are 10 minutes shorter. Students are dismissed at 1:15 PM Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards (AIMS) Aims Scores
AIMS results for every district and school in the state (PDF format).
Arizona's Instrument to Measure Standards
- Arizona Department of Education links to various AIMS topics.
High School Performance Standards
- These performance standards describe the knowledge and skills that students must achieve in order to place in one of the four different performance levels.
Instructional Guides
- Download instructional guides in PDF format. Some of these files are very large.

47. NCADI: NCADI: Combining Alcohol And Other Drug Abuse Treatment With Diversion Fo
Esquire Prosecutor, Division for children, youth and Families of Casa Grande CasaGrande, arizona M. Kim Oh Supervisor Virginia Department of youth and family
http://www.health.org/govpubs/bkd169/21q.aspx
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Combining Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Treatment With Diversion for Juveniles in the Justice System
Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) Series 21
Appendix J Field Reviewers
Robert E. Anderson
Director, Quality Assurance and Case Management Programs National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors Washington, D.C.
Robert B. Aukerman, M.S.W.
Director, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division Colorado Department of Human Services Denver, Colorado
Robert C. Beals, M.C.J.A.
Youth Services Technical Assistant Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Austin, Texas
Patricia A. Belmont, M.A.
Youth Treatment Coordinator, Division of Addiction Services New Jersey Department of Health Trenton, New Jersey
Stephen P. Bogan, M.A., N.C.A.C. II
Youth Treatment Specialist, Family and Prevention Section Division of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Department of Social and Health Services Olympia, Washington

48. FCN's Links To Other Web Sites
prisoners AZ Prison Reform Committee arizona families and Osborne Association Youthand family Services provides a network of services for children (1 month
http://www.fcnetwork.org/programs/links.html
FCN home page Build a program Find assistance Get connected ... Lend a hand
FCN's Links to Other Web Sites
Grant finding links Legal Assistance and Information Related government and agency links Prison Family Program Links
(Let FCN put your web page here.) A Sentence of Their Own - this film chronicles one family's annual pilgrimage to a New Hampshire State Prison and reveals the damaging impact incarceration has on families.
...after seventeen years...
a prison reform organization dedicated to humanizing corrections - working against shift to video visiting in Oregon
Aftermath
serves families of serious offenders in England
Aleph Institute
serves Jewish prisoners and their families
Angel Tree
provides Christmas gifts for children of prisoners
AZ Prison Reform Committee
Arizona families and friends of prisoners working together for better prison conditions
Canadian Families and Corrections Network
a Canadian not for profit organization that encourages the development of policies, practices and programs that enable prisoners and their families to build holistic family and community relations.
Camp Evergreen
support programs to remind these children that they have not been forgotten
Capacity For Justice
Washington State Group on health concerned with families going through the justice system process.

49. Top Template - Environment
youthIntergenerational Program - The Senior and Community an intergenerational programthat links children with older the downtown area at arizona Avenue and
http://www.santa-monica.org/environment/policy/community/programs.htm
Sustainable City Health of the Bay Sustainable Policies:
Development
... Back to City Home Page Programs Open Space Programs

    Community Gardens

    This program began in 1973 and provides garden plots for use by City residents. There are currently two community garden locations with 70 individual plots. The City provides water and trash collection at the gardens. A Community Gardens Advisory Committee meets bi-monthly to discuss garden-related issues and resolve problems. The annual cost for a plot was recently raised from $18 to $40. As of December, 1996 there was a 2 to 3 year waiting list with 126 people waiting for garden plots to become available.
    Sustainable Landscape Workshops and Garden Tours
    In 1991 the City began sponsoring annual Sustainable Landscape workshops and bi-monthly tours of local sustainably-designed residential gardens. The workshops and tours are directed at residents and landscape professionals to promote the use of sustainable practices in the design and maintenance of landscaped areas. To date approximately 1150 people have participated in the workshops and tours.
    School Gardens Program
    This program was developed as a partnership between the City, the

50. State Departments Of Juvenile Justice
Juvenile Corrections Government Page arizona Department of Department of children,youth, and Families Department Department of family and youth Development
http://www.fsu.edu/~crimdo/jjclearinghouse/jjstate.html
State Departments of Juvenile Justice
Alabama
Juvenile Victims of Violent Crime
Criminal Justice Information Center

Juvenile Justice Board
Alaska
Alaska Division of Family and Youth Services
The "Spirit of Youth" Campaign
Arizona
Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections - Government Page
Arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections - Homepage

Juvenile Justice Issues

Juvenile Transfer Study
...
Governor Symington Signs Juvenile Justice Reforms
Arkansas
Department of Human Services - Division of Children and Family Services
Arkansas Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Services

Foster Family Homes
California
California's Juvenile Justice System
California State Juvenile Officers Association
California Youth Auhority The Youth and Adult Correctional Agency ... California Missing Children Clearinghouse
Colorado
Southeastern Connecticut Gang Activities Group First of New Juvenile Detention Centers - News Article State to Close Youth Camp at Walsenburg - News Article Colorado Juvenile Firesetter Prevention Program ... Colorado Missing Children Project
Connecticut
Department of Children and Families Judicial Branch - Division of Juvenile Detention Services
Delaware
Delaware Department of Juvenile Justice Missing Children Information Clearinghouse
Florida
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Family/Juvenile Courts Florida Legal System
Georgia
Division of Family and Children Services
Hawaii

51. Open-K
collaborations between Extension 4H, family and consumer efforts to more effectivelyreach children, youth and families of arizona, CYFAR/CSREES/USDA;1998).
http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/pr_openk/org_change.html
People and Programs Open-K Observer Funding and Grants Youth Characteristics ... Join
Strengthening Our Capacity to Serve: Organizational Change Overview BRIEF: An important component of the OPEN-K project is to determine K-State Research and Extension’s capacity to serve at-risk/vulnerable children and their families. To document Extension’s current capacity, a 74 - item Organizational Change Survey ( loosely based on the national agents surveys conducted by the Search Institute in 1993-96) was distributed in 1998 to 327 K-State Research and Extension faculty, researchers, administrators and local personnel and with a 76% response rate.
A version of the survey is being sent out to a sample of local Extension Executive Board members in June, 1999. The survey will help us understand how other key Extension partners view our current capacity. The survey questions have been adapted for Executive Board members. Some questions in the survey touch-on support and training received, diversity and inclusivity of programming, statewide and local visions, and collaboration both within and outside K-State Research and Extension.
Both surveys will provide a strong baseline for gauging K-State Research and Extension’s growing capacity to develop, implement, and evaluate Youth, Family and Community Development programs (see K-State Research and Extension’s website

52. Zeal.com - United States - New - Personal - Family - Family Recreation - Childre
2. arizona Museum for youth http//www.ci children's Museum of Indianapolis http//www.childrensmuseum.org/Check out the current exhibits and go behind
http://www.zeal.com/category/preview.jhtml?cid=10134049

53. Educator Links
Alaska Division of family and youth Services. arizona Department of Juvenile Corrections. TennesseeDepartment of children's Services. Texas youth Commission.
http://www.cssd11.k12.co.us/springcreek/links/educator_parent_student_links.htm

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what we do not know, that is true knowledge."
Henry David Thoreau Links - In addition to using search engines, you can also find information just by "surfing" the Internet. You may have noticed that most Web sites offer links (or hyperlinks, as they are sometimes called) which take you directly from one site to another. Many times, Web sites will link to other places on the Internet that offer related information. By clicking on these links, you can move quickly through the Web. Hyperlinks are usually underlined and colored differently from the regular text. Adapted from the work of the Direct Marketing Association, Get Cyber Savvy - A Family Guide. Resources A B C D ... Z A A Season Of Nonviolence A To Z Teacher Stuff Adventure Tales American Correctional Association ... At-Risk - Prevention - Character Education - Colorado Department Of Education B Backwards Design Lesson Planning Guidelines Becoming A Master Student Bibliographical Center For Research Boy'sTown ... Brainchannels.com

54. Strengthening Individuals, Families And Communities
Building Supportive Communities for children, youth and Families. Wisconsin FamilyImpact Seminar Briefing Reports http Action Training http//ag.arizona.edu/fcr
http://www.uwex.edu/ces/flp/team/famres.html
Family Living Programs
Statewide Program Teams
Plans of Work

Resources
Strengthening Individuals,Families and Communities
Last Updated: June 2001
Click here to return to Plans of Work Home Page

Please click on the links listed below to access resources for the following areas of interest within the Strengthening Individuals, Families and Communities Team. Please contact Kari Morgan if you know of additional resources that should be added to our list.

55. Abuse And Neglect Links - Arizona's Child Abuse InfoCenter
Casey is also committed to helping youth in foster VictimAssistance Online - children'sIssues Links to information E-mail us at acainfo@ahsc.arizona.edu.
http://www.ahsc.arizona.edu/ACAInfo/links/abuse.htm
Arizona's Statewide Toll-free Child Abuse Hotline: 1-888-SOS-CHILD
  • Administration for Children and Families (ACF) : Within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ACF is responsible for federal programs which promote the economic and social well-being of families, children, individuals, and communities.
      Children's Bureau : The oldest federal agency for children. It is responsible for assisting states in the delivery of child welfare services - services designed to protect children and strengthen families.
    American Humane Association : The Children's Division of the American Humane Association (AHA) has worked for over a century to help improve and enhance public child welfare systems and private child-focused agencies in their responses to the plight of abused and neglected children. AsherMeadow Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy Resource Center Casey Family Programs : Provides an array of services for children and youth, with foster care as its core. Casey services include adoption, guardianship, kinship care (being cared for by extended family), and family reunification (reuniting children with birth families). Casey is also committed to helping youth in foster care make a successful transition to adulthood. Child Protection Clearinghouse : Read about the public and private Community Partnerships four cities developed to change the way they address the problems of child abuse and neglect.

56. Arizona Attorney General - Seniors
DES Division of children, youth Families. (602)3512245. Health Insurance,children. Kids Care. arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).
http://www.ag.state.az.us/seniors/ombudsman.htm

Life Care Planning

Legal Remedies

Satellite Offices for Seniors

Senior Citizens Protection Manual
...
Federal Seniors' Issues/ Brochures
Where to Go for Help
Seniors Brochure A Message from Arizona Attorney General: Many individuals including seniors, family members, friends, loved ones, caretakers, and concerned citizens have mentioned that at one time or another they just did not know where to go for help. There are many resources available in Arizona to assist the public with their concerns. It has been a priority of my office to assist you with the availability of these resources. The following web page link will connect with you the homepages of several agencies that may be of assistance to you. If you have questions or you need additional assistance in locating an agency to assist you with your needs, please feel free to contact us at (602) 542-5763 or (800) 352-8431 (in-state only). Thank you for taking the time to contact my office. I hope these resources are of assistance to you.

57. ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY
The Division also operates the arizona Training Program ofschool programs for youth,voluntary placement Three bills expanded dependent children’s medical
http://www.azleg.state.az.us/issues/senate/arizona department of economic securi
ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY AGENCY MISSION AND HISTORY The Department of Economic Security (DES) was established in 1972 “to provide an integration of direct services to people of this State in a pattern that would reduce duplication of administrative efforts, services and expenditures. The department of economic security will provide the means by which people with multiple problems might find the solution to such problems in a single department’s coordinated service.” DES succeeded to the authority, powers, duties and responsibilities of the following:
  • The employment security commission and its state employment service, unemployment compensation and administrative service divisions. The state department of public welfare. The division of vocational rehabilitation. The state office of economic opportunity. The apprenticeship council. The state office of manpower planning. The state department of mental retardation.
ORGANIZATION There are nine divisions within DES. Six divisions provide services to the public and three divisions provide operational support.

58. Professional Development
A Peer Reviewed Journal, published at arizona State University; The Future of children;Human Development family Life or to subscribe, contact youth TODAY at
http://www.cyfernet.org/prof.html
Professional Development
Professional Organizations
Electronic Mail Groups and Electronic Newsletters

Journals

Skill and Knowledge Base
...
Professional DevelopmentChild Care
Professional Organizations

59. ISU Extension: CYFAR/Evaluation
Portfolio Assessment in Evaluation, from University of arizona. SchoolLinked Strategiesfor children and Families The Harvard family Research Project The HFRP
http://www.extension.iastate.edu/cyfar/evaluation/
State Strengthening Project Electronic Portfolio
CYFERnet Evaluation for Community Programs
University of Wisconsin Evaluation Documents
United Way of America Outcome Measurement Resources
National Network for Collaboration
Families and Work Institute Community
North Central Regional Educational Laboratory
CD-DIAL
Harvard Family Research Project
State Strengthening Project Electronic Portfolio Evaluation
Iowa CYFAR project staff chose to utilize portfolio evaluation in addition to other evaluation methods to capture a more complete picture of the state and community-based projects.
The Use of Portfolio Assessment in Evaluation, from University of Arizona
CYFERnet Evaluation for Community Programs
a sample of available resources...
From the University of Arizona

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and socialemotional development of the children, and provides effective programsto combat serious youth violence. Copyright 2003 arizona Governor Janet
http://www.governor.state.az.us/children/best_practices.htm
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JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAMS
Blue Prints for Violence Prevention The Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence (CSPV) has developed Blueprints for ten exemplary violence prevention programs. The Blueprints provide step-by-step instructions that will help communities plan and implement youth crime and violence prevention strategies. Blueprints will be published for the following programs:
  • Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies-
      Promoting Alternative thinking Strategies (PATHS) is an elementary school-based intervention designed to promote emotional competence, including the expression, understanding and regulation of emotions.
    Treatment Foster Care-
      This program is an effective alternative to residential treatment for adolescents who have problems with chronic delinquency and antisocial behavior.
    Big Brothers Big Sisters of America-
      Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is the oldest and best-known mentoring program in the United States. Community families are trained to provide placement, treatment and supervision to participating adolescents. The program serves 6-18 year old disadvantaged youth from single parent households. The goal is to develop a caring relationship between a matched youth and an adult mentor.
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