Kresge Grant Mental Health Resources
This is a compilation of resources, publications, and other materials related to CLASP’s Policies for Advancing Transformation and Healing (PATH), and Moving on Maternal Depression (MOMD) mental health technical assistance projects.
The CLASP team used these theories of change to map out what we hoped to achieve with our state/local partners with the PATH and MOMD initiatives, and with the Kresge project overall.
This document overviews CLASP’s learning exchange events, including an internal learning exchange, two webinars, and office hours with advisory board members.
This document is the agenda of CLASP’s learning exchange meeting.
This is a recording of CLASP’s learning exchange, which served as the official close of both the PATH and MOMD projects. Each state or locality created a sustainability plan and shared key accomplishments.
This is an overview of the Moving on Maternal Depression (MOMD) project.
This is CLASP’s Systems Change Framework for our maternal depression work.
This is a compilation of the different types of technical assistance that CLASP offered MOMD states.
This document lists the goals of all three MOMD projects.
This document overview NJ’s theory of change for the MOMD project.
This document overview NY’s theory of change for the MOMD project.
This document overview PA’s theory of change for the MOMD project.
The New York MOMD team wanted to understand about other behavioral health continuum of services models used in other states, countries, or communities. This memo highlighted some examples to inform New York’s conversations about the workforce needed for a mother during the prevention, screening, referral and treatment process in maternal mental health.
This memo is an in-depth compendium of CLASP’s racial equity principles, barriers to advancing equity, and strategies for overcoming those barriers. The memo includes numerous examples of successful work and strategies from across the country.
This memo is a list of many different ways that states have used legislation to advance maternal depression-related policy. States have passed or introduced laws related to screening, awareness, increasing the availability of services, and more.
This memo is a compilation of guidance from different federal agencies about maternal depression such as the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS), the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force, The Administration for Children and Families in the Department of Health and Human Services, and others.
This is an overview of CLASP’s system change framework for PATH
This document lists the goals of both PATH projects
This document overviews Utah’s theory of change for the PATH project.
This document overviews Prince George’s County’s theory of change for the PATH project.
This memo outlines options for how to structure reimbursement for mobile crisis and stabilization services through Medicaid.
This memo provides an overview of policy options for improving access, payment, or the structure of services for transition-age-youth.
This memo overviews broad policy solutions that can help to reduce both physical and mental health inequities, focusing on holistic interventions that can work to eliminate inequities across physical, mental, and maternal health.
This memo outlines ten core competencies for behavioral health providers working with transition-aged-youth
This memo highlights two local-level youth advisory models that could inform Prince George’s County’s system-wide youth engagement strategy
This memo provides an overview of potential changes to Medicaid financing to better cover a comprehensive service array for transition-aged-youth
This memo provides an overview of co-enrollment strategies as a way to bridge adult and child-serving systems
This memo provides examples of bundled rates that have been in place for several years, offering evidence that it is possible to develop youth in transition bundled rate that would cover clinical treatment, recovery support, and prevention and promotion services for transition-aged-youth.
This memo overviews existing Youth in Transition offices at the state and local level to inform Utah’s planning of their youth-in-transition office
This memo overviews consent and confidentiality requirements for minors at both the federal and state level and recommends several practices and policy changes to better serve youth in Utah
This memo provides an overview of key considerations related to integrating physical and behavioral health, including examples from other states, decision points, and recommendations. It will guide the integration subcommittee in their development of a blueprint to integrate physical and behavioral health for transition-aged-youth in Utah
This memo overviews examples of presumptive eligibility and hospital presumptive eligibility in multiple states and recommends strategies Prince George’s County could use to increase behavioral health access for TAY.
This memo overviews school-based health services in other states and counties and will help to inform the county’s rollout of expanded school mental health
Other TA Documents
CLASP led a workshop with Prince George’s County’s Youth Action Board on how to create a policy agenda around telehealth.
CLASP led a workshop with Utah’s Youth of Utah Transition-Age-Youth Advisory Council to create a policy agenda around minor consent.
This document offers recommendations to the Maryland Health Department to ensure new telehealth regulations meet the needs of transition-age-youth.
Draft letter for Prince George’s County to finalize and send to the Maryland Department of Health including Transition Aged Youth friendly revisions to existing telehealth regulations.
This document outlines proposed changes to Maryland’s medical necessity criteria to better serve transition-age-youth.
This document provides sample legislative language Utah could use when advocating for minor consent legislation.
Notes from the kick-off site visit to Utah
Notes from the kick-off site visit to Prince George’s County
A visual map of how the goals and target populations of Prince George’s County’s three gaps relate to one another
This chart overviews the needs, objectives, activities, and projects we have collaboratively identified as behavioral health priorities for TAY
A chart of the different types of Medicaid waivers and their primary purposes
A working document of a strategic plan for the youth-in-transition office, developed during the October 2019 site visit
Notes from the October 2019 site visit on plans and priorities for integration, with the eventual goal of writing a public-facing integration blueprint
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