Three Success Stories (October 2012)
Despite its documented benefits, school mental health continues to hit barriers to growth. Financing is commonly cited as the primary challenge. This document describes how three communities and their lead mental health agencies have worked with schools and other local and state agencies to develop sustainable programs.
Access the full document here.
View a one-pager on business planning for sustainable school-based mental health services here.
- Annotated Bibliography: The Impact of School-Connected Behavioral and Emotional Health Interventions on Student Academic Performance (2014)
- School Mental Health Services for the 21st Century: Lessons from the District of Columbia School Mental Health Program
- Remarks from Wendy Yallowitz, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Vulnerable Populations Program Officer