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Toolkits & Guides

First Approach Skills Training (FAST) Program

First Approach Skills Training (FAST) programs are designed to provide brief, evidence-based behavioral therapy for youth and families with common mental health concerns, in settings such as primary care clinics or schools where longer-term treatment is not typically...

Pediatric Collaborative Care Implementation Guide

This guide is for multi-disciplinary, primary care teams seeking to improve care access and behavioral health outcomes for children and adolescents through implementing Collaborative Care. Centered around the core principles of Collaborative Care, this guide serves as...

Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder: The Basics

Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD) is a condition in which children or adolescents experience ongoing irritability, anger, and frequent, intense temper outbursts. The symptoms of DMDD go beyond a “bad mood.” DMDD symptoms are severe.

The Period of Purple Crying

The Period of PURPLE Crying program is an evidence-based shaken baby syndrome/abusive head trauma (SBS/AHT) prevention program available since 2007. The program approaches SBS/AHT and infant abuse prevention by helping parents and caregivers understand the frustrating...

The Importance of Sleep for Youth

This infographic provides information on the importance of sleep for health and adolescent brain development. It also provides tips for how to achieve restful sleep.

Suicide Prevention Protocol Development Guide for Primary Care

Suicide is a leading cause of death, and roughly 50% of patients who complete suicide have been seen by a health care provider in the 8 weeks prior to their death. This places primary care providers in an important position to identify suicide risk and initiate...

Pleasant Activities

This tool can be used by patients and providers to identify positive and productive activities for mental well being.

CoCM Adapting to Workforce Change

The successful execution of Collaborative Care (CoCM) programs require participation from a team of clinical and administrative staff to deliver, monitor, and supervise the evidence-based model of care. While workforce changes are inevitable, preparation can help...