Systems of care helps improve outcomes for children by partnering with families and communities to improve interagency supports and create the context for implementing promising approaches. This report describes important characteristics associated with systems of care.
This report describes the research related to resilience. The studies described highlight how coping experiences vary according to age, gender, culture, and socioeconomic status.
This report describes the return on investment for systems of care. Systems of care is used to improve services and supports for children with behavioral health challenges by moving care to community-based alternatives and by improving service coordination. Characteristics of systems of care principles include: a broad array of home- and community-based services and [...]
Did You Miss the Minnesota Positive Behavior Support Collaborator’s Forum? View the Power Point Presentations Here
The Collaborator's Forum on May 9, 2018 was a time for champions to share stories about how positive behavior support is being used across the lifespan in Minnesota. Click here to view the presentations. Learn more about positive behavior support.
This report addresses each lifestyle phase of managed long term supports and services and highlights successful practices in each area.
This article discusses the negative outcomes that are related to an over-reliance on the use of student suspensions for problem behavior and what schools can consider as alternative methods for establishing positive outcomes in education.
Learn more about the key features of cultural humility from the American Psychological Association...the view that cultural responsiveness is a a process, not a destination.
Wellness Self-Management: An Adaptation of the Illness Management and Recovery Practice in New York State
This article describes a recovery oriented practice that encourages people with serious mental health problems to actively improve the quality of their lives.
This snapshot addresses self-regulation in infants and toddlers....these skills are important so that as they grow children learn to manage thoughts and feelings that enable goal directed actions.