63 results found in Topic: Cross-sector Partnerships
This case study examines the implementation of Medicaid managed care school-based behavioral health services in South Carolina and highlights key lessons learned that can inform the efforts of other states choosing to coordinate school-based health care with Medicaid managed care programs.
This Healthy Students Promising Futures Learning Collaborative case study highlights Michigan's work to leverage the reversal of free care policy to expand the state's school-based Medicaid program. Beginning in October 2019, school districts in Michigan will be able to seek Medicaid reimbursement for services provided to all Medicaid-enrolled students (not only for health services included in a student's Individualized Education Program). This change presents an important opportunity to expand access to and resources for school health services, particularly behavioral health services
This research-informed tool is grounded in the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model and that helps education leaders to understand: the people who are key influencers and could be recruited to inspire others to integrate health and well-being into their school practices, the existing systems in schools that help or hinder student health, well-being, and academic success, and the aspirational messages about healthy schools that can be used to spark interest and buy-in throughout the school community.
This guide explores authentic youth engagement, including how it benefits young people, why it works and what it looks like in real life.
This report explores how three executive branch departments-the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Treasury, and U.S. Department of Labor-currently implement a Health in All Policies approach. The report includes recommendations around increasing access to school health providers.
APHA’s Center for School, Health and Education’s Program to Improve Graduation applies a public health and socio-ecological framework to strengthen the capacity of schools to remove barriers to healthy outcomes and learning. The report focuses on the program's journey to prevent dropout and advance population health and equity with schools across the country.
This guidance includes examples of approaches for mental health and substance use disorders related treatment services in schools and describes some of the Medicaid state plan benefits and other Medicaid authorities that states may use to cover mental health and SUD related treatment services.
This review is written for health and education audiences. It integrates recent research and developments in relationships among health, education, and economic outcomes; health and education systems; the school health program; cross-disciplinary collaboration; local, state, national, and international infrastructures and strategies; implementation science; and relevant academic research, training, and service.
This case study highlights Massachusetts’ implementation of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT), an evidence-based screening and early intervention for alcohol and substance use that is used in schools, primary care and other settings to identify risky behaviors among adolescents to prevent alcohol and substance misuse.
Eric Rossen, National Association of School Psychologists; Amy Edwards, Virginia Department of Education; Mike Leathead, Michigan Department of Education