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Best Practices for School Mental Health Screenings

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© 2018 Hanover Research 9 16 "Mental Health Screening and Assessment Tools for Primary Care." American Academy of Pediatrics, 2010. p. 1. https://www.aap.org/en-us/advocacy-and-policy/aap-health-initiatives/Mental- Health/Documents/MH_ScreeningChart.pdf 17 Figure contents quoted verbatim with modifications from: "Mental Health Screening Resource Guide," Op. cit., p. 1. 18 Figure content quoted verbatim with minor adaptations from: "School-Wide Universal Screening for Behavioral and Mental Health Issues: Implementation Guidance," Op. cit., p. 6. 19 Dowdy, E. and E. Kim. "Choosing Informants When Conducting a Universal Screening for Behavioral and Emotional Risk." School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 6:4, Winter 2012. pp. 1–2. Accessed via ResearchGate. 20 Access to the SHAPE System is required to view this source: "School Health Assessment and Performance Evaluation System – Screening and Assessment." Center for School Mental Health. https://theshapesystem.com/cv/districtAdmin/3751#ScreeningAndAssessment 21 "School-Wide Universal Screening for Behavioral and Mental Health Issues: Implementation Guidance." Ohio PBIS Network, 2016. p. 4. https://education.ohio.gov/getattachment/Topics/Other-Resources/School-Safety/Building- Better-Learning-Environments/PBIS-Resources/Project-AWARE-Ohio/Project-AWARE-Ohio-Statewide- Resources/Screening-Guidance-Document-Final.pdf.aspx 22 "School Mental Health Screening Playbook: Best Practices and Tips from the Field," Op. cit., p. 2. 23 "School-Wide Universal Screening for Behavioral and Mental Health Issues: Implementation Guidance," Op. cit., p. 6. 24 "School Mental Health Screening Playbook: Best Practices and Tips from the Field," Op. cit., p. 5. 25 Bulleted text quoted verbatim with adaptations from: "School-Wide Universal Screening for Behavioral and Mental Health Issues: Implementation Guidance," Op. cit., p. 8. 26 Figure contents quoted verbatim with adaptations from: Ibid. 27 {Citation} 28 "Mental Health Screening Resource Guide," Op. cit., p. 1. 29 Figure contents adapted from: [1] "School Mental Health Screening Playbook: Best Practices and Tips from the Field," Op. cit., p. 5. [2] "The Wisconsin School Mental Health Framework: Integrating School Mental Health with Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports," Op. cit., pp. 14–19. 30 "Mental Health Screening Resource Guide," Op. cit., p. 6. 31 Ibid. 32 "Mental Health Screening Resource Guide." Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, 2018. p. 2. https://dpi.wi.gov/sites/default/files/imce/sspw/pdf/mental_health_screening_guide_web.pdf [2] Splett, J.W. et al. "Comparison of Universal Mental Health Screening to Students Already Receiving Intervention in a Multitiered System of Support." Behavioral Disorders, 43:3, May 2018. p. 344. Accessed via SAGE Journals. 33 [1] "Sec. 30034 Related services." U.S. Department of Education. https://sites.ed.gov/idea/regs/b/a/300.34 [2] Hulse, H. "School Districts and the Mental Health System: Who's Responsible for Providing FAPE?" McAndrews Law Offices, P.C. http://mcandrewslaw.com/publications-and-presentations/articles/school-districts-and-the-mental-health- system-whos-responsible-for-providing-fape/ 34 Ibid. 35 "State Laws: Suicide Prevention in Schools (K-12)." American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 2017. https://afsp.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Suicide-Prevention-in-Schools-Issue-Brief-1.pdf 36 Ibid. 37 "ESSA Mental and Behavioral Health Services for School Psychologists." National Association of School Psychologists (NASP). https://www.nasponline.org/research-and-policy/current-law-and-policy-priorities/policy-priorities/the-every- student-succeeds-act/essa-implementation-resources/essa-mental-and-behavioral-health-services-for-school- psychologists 38 Bullets quoted verbatim from: Ibid. 39 Ibid., p. 287. 40 "EPSDT - A Guide for States: Coverage in the Medicaid Benefit for Children and Adolescents." U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services, 2014. p. 20. https://www.medicaid.gov/medicaid/benefits/downloads/epsdt_coverage_guide.pdf 41 Figure contents quoted verbatim with adaptations from: "Comparative Review of Free Measures for School Mental Health." Center for Mental Health in Schools - The SHAPE System, 2018. pp. 2–13. https://saanys.org/wp- content/uploads/2018/07/CSMH-Comparative-Review-of-Free-Measures-for-School-Mental-Health.pdf

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