ZERO TO THREE Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Policy Convening Report
Aligning Policy and Practice: Mental Health Assessment and Treatment of Infants, Young Children, and Families
The ZERO TO THREE Policy Center is delighted to announce the release of a summary of proceedings from this convening, Aligning Policy and Practice: Mental Health Assessment and Treatment of Infants, Young Children, and Families. The proceedings describe presentations from national experts, cross-state and cross-sector discussion sessions, and development of state action plans focused on IECMH financing policy.
This new report also summarizes the content of four expert presentations and 20 tabletop discussions on a variety of related topics, and outlines highlights from the two days as well as next steps identified by the participants. A list of participating state team members and expert contributors is also included. This report will be a valuable resource for all states.
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