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Rural Behavioral Health Initiative for Children, Youth, and Families (RBH Initiative for Children, Youth, and Families)

Provides technical assistance to rural communities, focusing on mental health awareness, promotion, and service innovation for children, youth, and families. Also sponsors the Rural Behavioral Health Webinar Series, which highlights federal initiatives, innovative research, policy, practices, and trends related to behavioral health in rural America. The RBH Initiative is a product of a partnership between the American Institutes for Research (AIR), the Mental Health Promotion Branch, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and Affirma Solutions Inc.
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Mental Health

Resources (15)

  • A Conversation: Reflecting on the Lessons Learned, to Foster Early Child Development in Rural, Southern Ohio, 04/2015, view details
  • A Focus on Suicide Prevention in Rural Communities, 08/2017, view details
  • Addressing Maternal and Child Health in Military and Veteran Families, 09/2016, view details
  • Addressing the Needs of Young People with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) Through a Comprehensive Continuum of Services and Supports, 09/2018, view details
  • Building the Case for Addressing Social Determinants of Health for Children in Rural Communities, 08/2014, view details
  • Community Schools in Rural Communities, 08/2016, view details
  • Crisis Intervention Planning: A Look at Innovations, 08/2015, view details
  • Depression in Mothers-More than the Blues: A Rural Perspective, 03/2017, view details
  • Developing Partnerships Between Juvenile Justice and Schools to Provide Mental Health Services in Rural Communities, 07/2016, view details
  • Human Trafficking: A Rural Perspective, 05/2018, view details
  • Providing Culturally and Linguistically Competent Behavioral Health Services to Diverse Populations in Rural Communities, 05/2017, view details
  • Responding to Natural Disasters in Rural Communities, 06/2017, view details
  • Rural Behavioral Health for Children, Youth, and Families Archived Webinars, view details
  • The Impact of the Opioid Epidemic on Children and Youth in Rural Communities - How Schools and Communities Are Responding, 07/2018, view details
  • The Open Table: How a Faith-Based Support Model Can Transform Futures in Rural Communities, 06/2016, view details