Caring Across Communities: Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Diverse Children and Youth, 2006-2010
Caring Across Communities, an initiative of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, was designed to help meet the mental health needs of immigrant children and youth by building on strong community-school partnerships. Caring for Kids: Expanding Dental and Mental Health Services through School-Based Health Centers, 2001-2005
Caring for Kids was an initiative of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to support the development of sustainable models of dental and mental health services organized by school-based health centers. Making the Grade: State & Local Partnerships to Support School-Based Health Centers, 1993-2000
Making the Grade was a national program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation that supported state-local collaborations designed to expand comprehensive school-based health services for children and adolescents. For more information about the program, click here
. To read the publication From the Margins to the Mainstream: Institutionalizing School-Based Health Centers, click here
. School-Based Adolescent Health Care Program, 1986-1992
In 1987, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded grants to 18 community institutions around the country to establish school-based health centers. The grantees launched health centers in 24 schools that provided on-site, comprehensive physical and mental health care for adolescents at risk--everything from physical exams and lab tests to prescriptions and counseling. To read an excerpt from a 38-page report produced by the School-Based Adolescent Health Care Program, click here.