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Children's Mental Health System

Families and Teens

We are improving mental health services to Oregon’s children by:
  • Involving parents and youth in healthcare decisions
  • Delivering mental health services in the community
  • Improving inter-agency coordination
  • Acknowledging children’s language and cultural heritage
Together with our partners in mental health we are developing a complete system of care to support children with special health care needs.

Help for Kids - Important Links

  
AMH Wraparound - Guide for stakeholders in providing services and supports under a Wraparound model to build a System of Care
AMH Young Adult Mental Health Hubs
Coordinated Care Organizations Community Advisory Councils
Coordinated Care Organizations Contact Information
DHS Children and Teen Services
Early Psychosis and the Early Assessment and Support Alliance (EASA)
National Alliance on Mental Illness - Help for people of all ages affected by mental illness
Oregon Department of Education - Information on Oregon Schools and School Districts
Oregon Department of Public Health - In-school physical, mental, and preventive health services to youth and teens
Oregon Department of Public Health - Suicide prevention programs and services
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Help for Kids - Resource Documents

  
  
A Guide to Psychotropic Medications for Youth in Foster Care.pdf
  
Addressing the Effects of Trauma - 2013.pdf
  
Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale - for Families, 2012.pdf
  
Hart's Ladder of Youth Participation.pdf
  
Policy 1 - Level of Service Intensity Determination, 2009.pdf
  
SCWI - Statewide Childrens Wraparound Initiative.pdf
  
Young Adults in Transition Utilization Update, 2012.pdf
  

Program Contact: AMH Kids Team

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