Moving Upstream on Child Mental Health

The Imprint Weekly

Nov 2020

41 min

On this week’s podcast we discuss the soaring cost of incarceration in New York’s juvenile justice system, a landmark settlement on how child welfare agencies support disabled parents, and a new tutoring plan available for thousands of foster youth in the country. We’re joined by Ohio Medicaid Director Maureen Corcoran to talk about her state’s new plan to change mental health services for youth and young adults and prevent unnecessary child welfare and foster care cases. Reading RoomThe Cost of New York’s Youth Prisons Approaches $1 Million Per Kidbit.ly/3q25eMYSticker Shock: The Cost of Youth Incarcerationbit.ly/2JhABCsL.A. County Moves A Step Forward in a New Approach to Juvenile Justicebit.ly/2JaPBSnU.S. Justice Department: Discrimination Settlement a ‘Landmark’ Moment for Disabled Parentsbit.ly/3641xhIFamily First Act Services Can Be Delivered Remotely During Pandemic, Feds Saybit.ly/33kvZCxFoster Youth Nationwide Gain Priority for Free Online Tutoringbit.ly/367C1IxNew Medicaid Program to Help High-Needs Kids Stay with Familiesbit.ly/2J9PHdl

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