Publications in our database are reports and resource materials produced within the Department of Child and Family Studies, as well as recent journal articles authored by CFS faculty. To view a more thorough listing of recent books, book chapters and articles written or edited by CFS faculty, view our Impact Reports or individual faculty vitas. You may also view the publications by topic on the right of this page.
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- Serving Everyone at the Table: Strategies for Enhancing the Availability of Culturally Competent Mental Health Services (2009)
- This monograph aims to increase awareness of the impact of culture on the availability of mental health services with the goal of improving services for culturally/racially diverse families in ways that reduce mental health disparities. The monograph is second in a series outlining successful strategies for increasing access, availability, and utilization of services at the organizational and direct service levels.
- Asset-Based Approaches for LGBTQI2-S Youth and Families in Systems of Care (2009)
- Families with a parent, child, or youth who is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, intersex, two-spirit (LGBTQI2-S) or transitioning navigate varying levels of acceptance and support when accessing and utilizing needed services within the mental health system. A new monograph offers a public health approach for communities to meet the needs of these families.
- Response to Intervention and the Pyramid Model (2009)
- This publication was produced by the Technical Assistance Center on Social Emotional Intervention for Young Children funded by the Office of Special Education Programs, U. S. Department of Education (H326B070002).
- Let’s Go! A Guide to Getting Around Your Community in Florida (2009)
- County-by-County Transportation Information and Services for Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Their Families.
- System of Care Practice Review: Review Team Member Training Manual (2009)
- This training manual is designed for use by individuals preparing to serve as reviewers in conducting a System of Care Practice Review (SOCPR). It serves as an introduction to the SOCPR by providing a general, conceptual, and philosophical understanding of the origin and purpose of the review. This manual also identifies and describes the various activities involved in implementing the SOCPR and guides reviewers through each step of the process toward a successful review.
- 22nd Annual Research Conference Proceedings (2009)
- Features presentation summaries from symposia, paper presentations and poster presentations, organized around the central themes of the annual research conference.
- Examining the Relationship between Family-Run Organizations and Non-Family Organization Partners in Systems of Care (2008)
- This study investigates how family voice, as represented through family-run organizations, contributes to the context of the overall mental health system, and the implementation of an effective system of care.
- Career Development for Transition-Aged Youth with Emotional Disturbances: Exemplary Practices of Florida Mental Health & Substance Abuse Agencies (2008)
- This report seeks to identify exemplary career development practices for transition-age youth with emotional disturbances (TAY w/ED).
- Florida's Children at a Glance, 2008 (2008)
- The 2008 edition of Florida's Children at a Glance has been produced by the Center for the Study of Children's Futures to be used as a quick reference to current, comprehensive data. State and County information compiled from 2006/07 data is included and provides specifics on population by age, health and well-being, birth indicators, juvenile justice, and education.
- Parent to Parent: A Synthesis of the Emerging Literature (2008)
- This literature review attempts to provide a synthesis of the emerging literature pertaining to parent-to-parent support. The purpose of this review is twofold: (1) to uncover any evidence of the effectiveness of parent-to-parent support; and (2) to examine the concepts, constructs, and key elements of parent-to-parent that should be considered when designing a program (i.e., case management, training, and contact methods).