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Awarded Monday, June 18, 2012

The Family Place

Families in Transition
To improve the mental health and academic outcomes of homeless children by providing evidence-based, family strengthening therapeutic treatment and advocacy integrated within trauma-informed preschool and afterschool programming.
Amount Awarded: $100,000
Awarded Monday, January 9, 2012

Advocacy for Autism Treatment and Supports

Opportunities Now
To increase access to health insurance coverage for the evidence-based treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) across all segments of the health insurance market in New Hampshire by monitoring compliance with Connor's Law (legislative mandate), Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment federal requirements and by educating self-funded plans, policymakers, family advocates and providers about evidence-based treatment of ASDs.
Amount Awarded: $30,000
Awarded Monday, December 19, 2011

Interagency Collaboration: Improving Outcomes for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Southeastern Regional Education Service Center, INC. (SERESC)
To improve access to care and education for children, adolescents and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and their families by convening a forum of providers and parents to propose and prioritize solutions to promote best practices, coordinated and cost-effective care, and increased communication among providers.
Amount Awarded: $7,631
Awarded Monday, September 12, 2011

New Hampshire's Children's Mental Health Core Competencies Development Project

University of New Hampshire
To improve the quality, consistency, and efficiency of the behavioral health service delivery system for children, adolescents, and their families who use New Hampshire's community mental health system by finalizing, disseminating, and developing a set of core competencies and creating a sustainable training network for direct service and supervisory level staff who work with children and adolescents with behavioral health challenges and their families.
Amount Awarded: $67,366
Awarded Monday, July 11, 2011

Education Revolution

University of New Hampshire
To improve awareness of and response to the needs of NH children with emotional/behavioral challenges by disseminating a documentary film and educational materials on best practices, engaging stakeholders in dialogue, conducting public education through on-line and multi-media outreach, and educating policymakers and administrators to inform systems change.
Amount Awarded: $130,458
Awarded Monday, July 11, 2011

Enhancing Trauma-Informed Advocacy for Children Exposed to Violence

New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence
To enhance advocacy and supportive services for children exposed to violence in their homes by training advocates in local domestic violence service programs using a national trauma-informed curriculum.
Amount Awarded: $132,075
Awarded Monday, July 11, 2011

New Hampshire Legal Assistance Youth Law Project

New Hampshire Legal Assistance
To ensure delinquent and CHINS youth receive the mental health, educational and other services they need by providing civil legal services in collaboration with courts, juvenile services officers, public defenders, mental health providers, schools and other key organizations serving children and youth.
Amount Awarded: $140,036
Awarded Monday, July 11, 2011

New Hampshire Systems Transformation and Realignment (NH STAR) project

Community Health Institute/JSI Research & Training
To improve outcomes for children with mental health needs who are currently in or are at-risk for out-of-home placement by piloting a high fidelity wraparound approach in Belknap County and by creating a financing mechanism to braid funding across child serving systems.
Amount Awarded: $34,655
Awarded Monday, July 11, 2011

New Hampshire's Early Childhood and Family Mental Health Competencies

Community Bridges
To improve the availability of and access to high quality early childhood mental health supports and services for NH's young children (aged birth to six) and their families by creating and implementing a state early childhood mental health competency system for NH professionals serving this population and by collaborating with the NH Early Childhood Advisory Council on systems building.
Amount Awarded: $59,156