PRiSM helps advocates and policymakers identify many of the most promising strategies states are using to promote infant-toddler mental health. PRiSM has an online, searchable collection of research-informed IECMH policies and scaled initiatives along with summaries of research about key IECMH strategies (e.g., IECMH screening, consultation, dyadic treatment). PRiSM also conducts policy surveys; a recent 50-state policy survey examined the capacity of states’ Part C programs to identify and address infant-toddler mental health needs.
PRiSM — Other Resources
- PRiSM: Promoting Research-informed State Infant-Early Childhood Mental Health Policies (Webinar and PPT)
This webinar, and accompanying PowerPoint, introduces and provides a tour of the PRiSM website. It also includes presentations on IECMH strategies included in PRiSM: Expanding and Ensuring Quality of Dyadic Treatment in Arkansas by Nicola Edge, Professor and Associate Director, Research and Evaluation Division, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; and IECMH Consultation in Pediatric Settings, Part C Early Intervention, and Home Visiting in Louisiana, by Mary Margaret Gleason, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Tulane University School of Medicine, and Sarah Hinshaw-Fuselier, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Tulane University School of Medicine.
- Supporting Social-Emotional and Mental Health Needs of Young Children Through Part C Early Intervention: Results of a 50-State Survey (Webinar and PPT)
This webinar presents key findings from a 50-state survey from the National Center for Children and Poverty (NCCP) and Georgetown University Center for Children and Families (CCF) on supports for social-emotional and mental health needs in Part C Early Intervention. Topics include: screening, referral, and evaluation; eligibility; services for eligible and ineligible children; and collaboration, including referrals under CAPTA and Medicaid funding. Presenters from NCCP, CCF and ECTA use the survey to discuss opportunities for strengthening state Part C policies and their implementation. They also highlight examples of promising state policies and practices.
For more information about PRiSM, please contact:
National Center for Children in Poverty
Bank Street Graduate School of Education
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1400
New York, NY 10115