April 9, 2012 | Human Capital Blog Post
August 1, 0200 | Journal Article
Overall hospitalization rates for youth decreased during the past two decades as a result, in part, of a shift from inpatient to outpatient management of many conditions.
November 10, 2009 | Program Results Report
The Technical Assistance Collaborative established and guided a "learning community" in which participants developed strategies to integrate funding for and improve access to mental health and substance abuse services in their states and counties.
October 1, 2003 | Program Results Report
The Seattle Indian Health Board developed a series of opportunities for Alaska-Native and American-Indian youth and recovering alcoholics to gain exposure to jobs and education.
January 14, 2014 | Program Results Report
Lutheran Community Services Northwest and collaborators developed, tested, and disseminated tools and programs to evaluate and address mental health disorders among newly arrived refugees.
October 17, 2012 | News Release
RWJF honors Beth Farmer, MSW, with a 2012 Community Health Leaders Award.
December 1, 2008 | Journal Article
Providing teacher, parent and student training to help kids participate in the social and academic life of elementary school does seem to lead to more successful functioning years later in early adulthood.
June 15, 2005 | Program Results Report
Parent Trust for Washington Children established a Rural Family Group Support Network to expand its presence beyond urban settings, and into Washington's rural counties to reduce families' social isolation that can lead to child abuse and neglect.
Spokane, Wash.: To Avoid Social Isolation, Program Links Single Parents with Faith-Based "Family Friend"
August 26, 2005 | Program Results Report
Washington State University School of Public Health planned and implemented an intervention to link families in faith-based congregations in Spokane, Wash., to isolated single-parent families in their communities.
June 1, 2000 | Program Results Report
Starting in May 1996, the King County Blended Funding Project was a cooperative effort to create a system of care to meet the needs of the most difficult-to-serve and high-cost children, youth, and their families in King County.