Resources to assist professionals in assessing the mental health needs of children, youth, and families.
- Assessing the needs of infants and toddlers
- Assessing the needs of children
- Assessing the needs of youth
- Assessing the needs of parents and caregivers
- State and local examples
Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children (PDF - 574 KB)
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, PolicyLab
Evidence to Action, 2, 2010
Examines key issues in children's mental health and proposes policy actions to improve outcomes for children and their families.
State Mental Health Systems for Children: A Review of the Literature and Available Data Sources
Urban Institute (2010)
Reviews recent literature on children's mental health services and examines a range of data sources for State-based analysis. The report also explores the possibility of producing a comprehensive evaluation of State mental health systems for children and discusses the potential limitations of such an analysis.