September 2, 2020
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Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs

Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs are defined by the CEBC as 1) universal prevention programs which are designed to prevent mental health problems from occurring for the first time in children and adolescents, or 2) selective prevention programs targeted at individuals or families who are at high risk for mental health problems to either prevent mental health problems from occurring or to intervene early to reduce clinical-level problems. Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention (Child & Adolescent) Programs differ in terms of timing and may target different age groups. These programs may occur in a variety of settings, including schools, homes, other community settings, and health care settings. Mental Health Prevention and/or Early Intervention programs may also be delivered in group or individual settings, as well as self-administered through online delivery or apps.





This two-part webinar series from the Child and Family Evidence Based Practice Consortium will support organizations and systems in selection, installation and implementation of evidence supported programs. This first webinar will examine the key factors in program selection and implementation as presenters review a support tool developed by the Consortium to assist with focusing through these criteria. The second webinar will examine how to apply the tool in more depth and provide examples of its use.

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