When at-risk young people exhibit early signs of mental illness, a package of pre-emptive services, including early identification, strong family involvement, and continuing support, can prevent them from converting to full-blown psychotic behavior, according to an RWJF-supported study.
The Foundation has produced brief video interviews with leading experts in the fields of toxic stress, trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and created an infographic that describes the prevalence and impact of ACEs.
January 14, 2014
Issue Brief, Presentation Material
To effectively exchange data, states must understand the legal barriers that may prevent the data-sharing between physical and behavioral health care providers. This brief examines the strategies states use to address these legal barriers.