Online Resources

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For more information on NAMI education programs, trainings, and presentations contact:

Susan Caban, Dir. of Education
Phone: 412-366-3788

Online Resources

Between individual organizations, coalitions, and online resources, there are many ways individuals and their families can learn more about mental illness and the available services and supports. Below is a list of educational resources.

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
The Truth about ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Infographic

Project Launch – Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children’s Health

Developmental Milestones in Children from Birth to 3 Years Old

Westmoreland Casemanagement and Supports – Early Intervention Service Coordination

Pacer Center: Champions for Children with Disabilities
Tantrums, Tears, and Tempers: Behavior is Communication

Center for Early Education and Development (University of Minnesota)

Center for Evidence-Based Practice: Young Children with Challenging Behavior

Help Me Grow: Resources about the Development of Young Children for Parents and Professionals

The Education Law Center
Overview of the Special Education Process

The Pennsylvania Department of Education

The Special Education Reevaluation/IEP Process: Parent Initiated Request and LEA Initiated Request

PACER Center: Champions for Children with Disabilities
Planning for a School Meeting about your Child’s Behavioral Needs

Tips for Teachers and School Staff from Students with Mental Health and Behavioral Challenges

The International Dyslexia Association
Dyslexia Assessment: What is it and How Can it Help?

The Dyslexia-Stress-Anxiety Connection: Implications for Academic Performance and Social Interactions

Youth Advocate Programs, Inc

Supporting Our Valued Adolescents (SOVA) – Adolescent Site – Parent Site

21 and Able
Planning for the Future Checklist

The National Child Traumatic Street Network
Trauma and Families: Fact Sheet for Providers

American Counseling Association
Disaster and Trauma Reponses of Children—disaster-and-trauma-responses-of-children.pdf

Allegheny Family Network – For Families Rearing Children Who Have Emotional and Mental Health Needs

The Allegheny County Coalition for Recovery (ACCR)
Child and Family Committee

Campaign for What Works
#StrongMomStrongBaby – Helping Mom through Depression with Early Intervention for her Baby

Milestone – Centers for People with Developmental and Behavioral Health Challenges

The Children’s Institute – Behavioral Health Unit

PLEA – Helping Individuals and Families Facing Behavioral and Developmental Challenges

Allegheny Link

UPMC Pediatric Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Intensive Outpatient Program

Pressley Ridge

Allegheny Children’s Initiative – Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services

Chartiers Center – Recovery Treatment Service Line

STAR-Center Services for Teens at Risk

Theiss Early Autism Program

Human Services Administration Organization

Outreach Teen and Family Services

UPMC Center for Eating Disorders