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Evidence-Based Treatments Should be the Standard of Care
Jan 13, 2020

Better outcomes, improved health equity, and cost savings are three reasons why evidence-based children's mental health treatments should become the standard of care in Connecticut. Read More »

Project AWARE: Addressing Students' Trauma and Mental Health Needs Using a Comprehensive Approach
Dec 02, 2019

Three Connecticut school districts are working to provide students with a full range of behavioral health and trauma supports through Connecticut’s Project AWARE initiative. The effort is... Read More »

Connecticut Mirror Article Highlights Benefits of Evidence-Based Treatments for Children's Mental Health
Nov 29, 2019

A Connecticut Mirror article, "Black, Latino children do better with evidence-based therapy than talk therapy," highlights ways evidence-based mental health treatments (EBTs) are improving... Read More »

Exploring Ways to Improve Emergency Department Use for Children with Behavioral Health Needs
Nov 19, 2019

CHDI awarded $50,000 in grants to improve efficiency and reduce unnecessary use of emergency departments by youth with behavioral health needs. Read More »

Grant Funded Projects Will Test Ways Pediatric Primary Care Can Contribute to Population Health
Nov 01, 2019

CHDI awarded funding to two pediatric primary care projects designed to inform Connecticut’s move to bundled, value-based payment. The projects test the feasibility of delivering services in... Read More »

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