School Violence Prevention and Intervention
Schools and Special Education
Functional Behavioral Assessment
Prevention Strategies that Work
Prevention and Early Intervention
Promising Practice in Children's Mental Health
Strengthening the Safety Net
The following are short examples of programs and projects that are successfully serving students with emotional/behavioral problems and their families. Many of these sites have also been identified by the CECP as Greenhouses or Nurseries, and their success stories are linked to contact information and project descriptions.
Be a Prospector! CECP has a group of people whose role it is to "prospect" or identify programs that are successful in changing outcomes for students with or at risk of developing emotional/behavioral problems and their families, but we are eager to hear from anyone who knows of such a program or project. If you know of such a success story, please share it with us. Just fill out the Prospector Protocol and send it to us by e-mail, fax, or postal service. We look forward to hearing from you, and thanks for your help spreading the news!
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