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This module first reviews specific types of universal mental health promotion services and supports, including school climate, school staff well-being, positive behaviors and relationships, positive discipline practices, mental health literacy and social emotional learning. Then, quality indicators and best practices to ensure these services and supports are of high quality, adequate implementation, and fit local considerations.   PLEASE NOTE: As of April 2021, the MHTTC Network and National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) changed the title of the National School Mental Health Curriculum: Guidance and Best Practices for States, Districts, and Schools to the new title National School Mental Health Best Practices: Implementation Guidance Modules for States, Districts, and Schools.
Published: January 14, 2021
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This module describes the definition, purpose and importance of mental health screening in schools. Six action steps to conduct screening are provided, as well as strategies to address common barriers. PLEASE NOTE: As of April 2021, the MHTTC Network and National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) changed the title of the National School Mental Health Curriculum: Guidance and Best Practices for States, Districts, and Schools to the new title National School Mental Health Best Practices: Implementation Guidance Modules for States, Districts, and Schools.
Published: January 14, 2021
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This module describes how to conduct and use data from needs assessment and resource mapping processes. The value of each is described as well as how they intersect to support the strengths and needs in your local school and community.   PLEASE NOTE: As of April 2021, the MHTTC Network and National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) changed the title of the National School Mental Health Curriculum: Guidance and Best Practices for States, Districts, and Schools to the new title National School Mental Health Best Practices: Implementation Guidance Modules for States, Districts, and Schools.
Published: January 14, 2021
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This module reviews the definition and value of school mental health teams, as well as quality indicators and best practices to improve their efficiency and effectiveness. Example school mental health teams are provided as well as district examples. PLEASE NOTE: As of April 2021, the MHTTC Network and National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) changed the title of the National School Mental Health Curriculum: Guidance and Best Practices for States, Districts, and Schools to the new title National School Mental Health Best Practices: Implementation Guidance Modules for States, Districts, and Schools.
Published: January 14, 2021
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This module provides an overview of the National School Mental Health Curriculum as well as the definition and core features of comprehensive school mental health. Alignment between the Curriculum and the School Mental Health Quality Assessment in The SHAPE System is described, as well as district successes with advancing school mental health systems.   PLEASE NOTE: As of April 2021, the MHTTC Network and National Center for School Mental Health (NCSMH) changed the title of the National School Mental Health Curriculum: Guidance and Best Practices for States, Districts, and Schools to the new title National School Mental Health Best Practices: Implementation Guidance Modules for States, Districts, and Schools.
Published: January 13, 2021
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For Latina survivors of gender-based violence added risks may result from the current lockdown and social distancing measures. 
Published: May 15, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. Co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders are common. This resource sheet provides tools for substance use treatment and recovery providers, individuals in recovery, and family and friends. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 12, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. This resource sheet focuses on phone numbers for crisis hotlines, warmlines, and informational/referral helplines, including lines for specific populations (e.g., first responders, older adults, caregivers). It also includes links to online support groups. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 12, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. This resource sheet focuses specifically on supporting racially and ethnically diverse populations; older adults; LGBTQIA+ communities; people living with HIV; people with disabilities; immigrant and undocumented communities; and college students and young adults. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 12, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. This resource sheet focuses on links to articles about family coping strategies, caring for children and other family members, and talking to children about COVID-19. It also includes family support groups and warmlines. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 12, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. This resource sheet focuses on trainings and guidance for health care providers, mental health practitioners, and social workers. It also includes resources on the topics of telehealth, grief, COVID-19 communications, and supporting older adults. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 12, 2020
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The Pacific Southwest MHTTC curated a series of topical resource sheets to help you find high-quality tools and information on caring for yourself, your families, and the communities you serve. This resource sheet focuses on self-care, coping strategies, and anxiety management tips that anyone can use. It also includes tools specifically for people living with a mental health condition. Click the "View Resource" link above to download, or view all available resource sheet topics.
Published: May 11, 2020
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The Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) recognizes the challenges posed by the current COVID-19 situation and has developed a webpage to assist individuals, providers, communities, and states across our region. Note, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration stands ready to assist in any manner possible and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention provides the most up-to-date information on COVID-19.   COVID-19 Mental Health Resources The COVID-19 Mental Health resources page houses dozens of reputable resources and evidenced-based models for addressing mental health during a pandemic. The webpages is continually being updated and is currently organized by the following topics: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Resources Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Resources Housing Resources School-Based Resources Resources for Caregivers and Parents Additional Resources   If you have questions about this website or products you thing would be valuable on this page, please contact Shawnda Schroeder at [email protected].  
Published: March 20, 2020
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School Compassionate Cultural Analytic Tool for Educators (S-CCATE) is a cutting edge, 21st Century social emotional learning tool that helps educators to vision, plan, and monitor progress toward the implementation of compassionate, trauma-informed practices in classrooms. The tool, a brief, validated assessment to be completed by teachers and other school personnel, is uniquely designed to guide teams of educators and whole school communities through the process of transformational change.     Additional S-CCATE Resources Updated Tutorial S-CCATE Validation Study and Manual S-CCATE Infographic S-CCATE National Flyer
Published: March 4, 2020
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Criminal Justice Mental Health Resources Justice-involved individuals diagnosed with mental illness are often incarcerated instead of accessing community-based mental healthcare. As a result, they are overrepresented in jails and prisons throughout the U.S. A high prevalence of mental illness and substance use exist among jail inmates, and they reenter society without the necessary supports following incarceration. This occurs for a myriad of reasons, including the lack of community services to better ensure successful reintegration, and the lack of support to meet basic needs for food, housing, and transportation. The outcome is additional arrests and incarcerations. The Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) team is dedicated to addressing mental health among those who are involved with the criminal justice system. In response, the team conducted a needs assessment of training and technical assistance in December 2019 among probation and parole officers in Region 8. In response to the findings of that survey, the Mountain Plains MHTTC team has begun identifying existing resources and technical assistance available to those working with justice-involved individuals. Criminal Justice Mental Health Resources The Criminal Justice resources page houses dozens of reputable resources and evidenced-based models for those working with justice-involved individuals. If you have questions about this website or products you thing would be valuable on this page, please contact Shawnda Schroeder at [email protected]
Published: March 1, 2020
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Farm Stress and Mental Health Resources The Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center team is dedicated to addressing rural mental health. However, they also recognize that the agricultural community encounters unique challenges related to the accessibility, availability, and acceptability of mental health services. In response, specific trainings and resources have been developed to address mental health and suicide among agricultural workers and their families. For clarity, unless otherwise specified, “farm” and “farmer” refer to ranchers, farmers, farm managers/owners, and agricultural workers. Farm Stress and Mental Health Resources The Rural Mental Health & Farm Stress resources page houses several resources that provide summaries of agricultural mental health concerns, up-to-date data visualizations, and toolkits for addressing barriers to mental health services for farmers, farm managers/owners, ranchers, agricultural workers and their families. If you have questions about this website or products you thing would be valuable on this page, please contact Shawnda Schroeder at [email protected]
Published: January 1, 2020
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Educators are often the first line of support in addressing mental health needs for students. They recognize the impact a student's mental health has on learning and achievement and realize that there's a great deal that can be done to help students in the school setting. In response, the Mountain Plains Mental Health Technology Transfer Center (MHTTC) has developed training, technical assistance, and resources to support school- based mental health. The MHTTC team continues to develop online resource guides and toolkits as well as curricula and self-paced trainings to assist school professionals in understanding and implementing core concepts of best practices in school mental health. School-Based Mental Health Resources The School-Based Mental Health resources page houses dozens of reputable resources and evidenced-based models for educators and parents. The webpages is continually being updated and is currently organized by the following topics:   COVID-19 For Families Mental Health and Equity Military Children and Family Rural School Mental Health School Mental Health School Safety Social Emotional Learning Suicide Prevention Teacher and School Staff Wellness Trauma Responsive Practices   If you have questions about this website, contact Shawnda Schroeder at [email protected]. If you have products you think would be valuable on this page, please send them to Stefanie Winfield at [email protected].  
Published: January 1, 2020
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State-specific resources to assist providers in navigating health coverage requirements that may impact the prescription of hepatitis c treatment.
Published: December 6, 2019
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The Northwest MHTTC is partnering to provide All Patients Safe training to a part of the region's workforce specifically based on the rates and prevalence of suicide. Suicide is a silent epidemic and public health crisis.  In the US, suicide is a more common cause of death than breast cancer, prostate cancer, or traffic fatalities.  In 2014 the rate of Alaska Native males that died by suicide was nearly four times the national average. All Patients Safe provides the necessary tools to medical providers to understand their role in suicide prevention by teaching them how to: •    Integrate screening and assessment tools into their practice •    Educate patients on keeping homes safe •    Refer patients to additional resources •    Follow up with those at risk for suicide Medical professionals can make an enormous impact! 
Published: May 22, 2019
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