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AWARDED GRANTS

Awarded Monday, June 16, 2008

Wraparound Infrastructure

Strafford Learning Center
To improve the outcomes of children with complex mental health needs by developing an infrastructure to implement a high-quality, measurable, and sustainable Wraparound process in Strafford County.
Amount Awarded: $182,864
Awarded Monday, March 17, 2008

Advancing Children's Mental Health Care

New England Network for Child, Youth & Family Services, Inc.
To create a comprehensive plan to improve the career development and retention of children's mental health counselors who provide front-line intervention to children with severe emotional disorders by conducting a needs assessment; identifying and engaging organizational partners; and developing a collaborative plan to deliver an integrated professional development system for front-line children's mental health counselors with NH service providers.
Amount Awarded: $15,900
Awarded Monday, March 17, 2008

Analysis of NH School-Based Mental Health

New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies
To enhance our understanding of the provision of mental health services within NH's schools by conducting a comprehensive analysis of the contractual relationships between schools and community mental health centers and by surveying a sample of school districts
Amount Awarded: $62,625
Awarded Monday, March 17, 2008

Increasing resiliency through after-school programs and mental health centers

Seacoast Mental Health Center
To create a comprehensive statewide plan to build resiliency and increase overall mental health in youth through after-school programming by supporting a planning process and developing a training curriculum, technical assistance and evaluation resources.
Amount Awarded: $20,256
Awarded Monday, March 17, 2008

The North Country Child Psychology/Psychiatry Project: A Planning Initiative

Weeks Medical Center
To develop a plan to increase the quality of children's mental health care by leading a community-based work group made up of executive officers and providers and by assisting in the planning and piloting of a model telepsychiatry intervention requiring collaboration between existing infrastructures.
Amount Awarded: $75,908
Awarded Monday, September 18, 2006

Making the Public Smarter About Mental Health and Related Issues: A Proposal to Support Communications Research

FrameWorks Institute
To demonstrate the negative and positive affects of different frames available to talk about Mental Health, and to explain these in ways that communications practitioners can understand in order to strengthen their messages and materials, thereby enhancing their potential for better public understanding and support.
Amount Awarded: $70,000
Awarded Monday, September 18, 2006

The NH Child/Adolescent Trauma Telehealth Project

Trustees of Dartmouth College
To plan and design a cost-efficient videoconferencing network that would link experts in child/adolescent trauma treatment with NH community mental health centers seeking training and supervision to improve their clinician's ability to furnish quality care to traumatized youth.
Amount Awarded: $25,861