Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Young Children and Their Families

Describes how systems of care address the mental health needs of young children and their families. Explores the importance of social-emotional wellness, what a system of care is, and how young children can thrive as a result of systems of care.

Addressing The Needs of Parentified Children of HIV Positive Parents

Discusses how to address the needs of young children who are forced to take on a parental role in their homes when parents are unable to fulfill the role themselves.

Addressing the Needs of Women and Girls: Core Competencies for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Service Professionals

Arms mental health and substance abuse professionals with a comprehensive overview of unique prevention, treatment and recovery skills and practices, including trauma-informed care, to effectively serve women and girls. Useful for the full spectrum of behavioral health professionals.

ADHD- Fact Sheet

Children with ADHD may have trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behaviors (may act without thinking about what the result will be), or be overly active.

Adventures in Parenting

Based on decades of NICHD research on parenting, this 62-page booklet gives parents the tools they need to make their own decisions about successful parenting. The booklet provides real-world examples and stories about how some families include responding, preventing, monitoring, modeling, and mentoring in their own daily parenting activities.

Advisory: Adults With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Substance Use Disorders

Advisory: Complementary Health Approaches


As the Nation comes together to slow the spread of COVID-19, on March 16th the President issued updated Coronavirus Guidance for America that highlighted the importance of the critical infrastructure workforce.

Advocacy With Anonymity

This brochure provides guidance to people in long-term recovery and their family members who want to speak publicly about the power of addiction recovery and advocate for policies that will make it possible for others to get the help they need.

African American Mental Health

Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. However, your concerns or experiences and how you understand and cope with these conditions may be different. Although anyone can develop a mental health problem, African Americans sometimes experience more severe forms of mental health conditions due to unmet needs and other barriers. According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, African Americans are 10% more likely to experience serious psychological distress

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