VITALS Major Finding: Among adolescents who received a referral to school-based mental health services, 80% received at least one visit, compared with only 42% of those who received a referral to community-based mental health services.
What does SBMH stand for?
SBMH stands for School-Based Mental Health
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Implications are discussed in terms of current developments in the school-based mental health services research and provider communities to refocus interventions on learning, the core function of schools.
Pharmacy services open in collaboration with HealthAlliance Hospitals, and a school-based mental health program is started in collaboration.
According to research, school-based mental health programs are more likely to be effective when they: * Provide a comprehensive system of supports * Take a proactive, preventive and multifaceted approach * Offer a continuum of interventions and services * Are responsive to students' individual, developmental and cultural differences * Are coordinated and fully integrated with other education programs, school improvement plans, and services * Include accountability and evaluation based on student outcomes * Build strong connections to families, communities and appropriate agencies * Employ credetialed, professional school counselors.
Yet, school-based mental health services are fragmented, marginalized, and underutilized.
Bridging the gap between need and service utilization: A school-based mental health program.