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Early childhood comprehensive systems that spend smarter: Maximizing resources to serve vulnerable children
Johnson, Kay, February 2006
(Project THRIVE Issue Brief No. 1). New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty.

A discussion of fiscal strategies that foster the planning and implementation of coherent, productive statewide systems of early childhood care, education, and support services which maximize the benefits to children with social-emotional challenges, and effectively promote the health, well-being and school-readiness of young children

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Early childhood mental health in Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Manos, Elizabeth, 2007
In D. F. Perry, R. K. Kaufmann, & J. Knitzer (Eds.), Social & emotional health in early childhood: Building bridges between services and systems (pp. 189-209). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A description of the developing coordinated system of services for young children and their families in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, since the late 1990s

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Early childhood mental health services: A policy and systems development perspective
Knitzer, Jane, 2000
In Handbook of early childhood intervention (2nd ed. : pp. 416-438). New York: Cambridge University Press

An overview of practice, policy, research, and service delivery in the coordination of early childhood mental health services and early childhood programs

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Evidence-based practices for young children with and at risk for social-emotional or behavior problems
Fox, Lise, 2007
In D. F. Perry, R. K. Kaufmann, & J. Knitzer (Eds.), Social & emotional health in early childhood: Building bridges between services and systems (pp. 313-334). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A summary of evidence-based practices for prevention and interventions aimed at social-emotional and behavior problems in young children

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Infusing mental health supports and services into infant and toddler environments
Mann, Tammy, 2007
In D. F. Perry, R. K. Kaufmann, & J. Knitzer (Eds.), Social & emotional health in early childhood: Building bridges between services and systems (pp. 257-280). Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A description of what infant mental health is and what can be done to support it

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Promoting social and emotional readiness for school: Toward a policy agenda
Knitzer, Jane, 2001
In The Kauffman Early Education Exchange: Vol. 1, No. 1. Set for success: Building a strong foundation for school readiness based on the social-emotional development of young children (pp. 100-116). Kansas City, MO: The Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation.

An exploration of components, including policy and practice challenges and opportunities, of developing early childhood mental health initiatives that promote social-emotional development and school readiness, with discussion of the priority of preventive care and early intervention strategies

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Ready to enter: What research tells policymakers about strategies to promote social and emotional school readiness among three- and four-year-old children
Raver, C. Cybele, 2002
(Promoting the Emotional Well-Being of Children and Families Policy Paper No. 3). New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty.

An exploration of emerging research on the efficacy of preventive and early interventions addressing the needs of young children at risk for poor social, emotional, and behavioral development, and discussion of the kinds of research-based education and care interventions considered to be most effective

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Resources to promote social and emotional health and school readiness in young children and families: A community guide
Knitzer, Jane, November 2005
New York: Columbia University, National Center for Children in Poverty

A description of interventions that families and early care providers can use to promote healthy development, encourage the ability to form and grow accustomed to supportive relationships and reduce challenging behaviors in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, with discussion of how these strategies can be used most effectively

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Social & emotional health in early childhood: Building bridges between services and systems
Perry, Deborah F., 2007
Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

A collection of articles on: the importance of social and emotional development for school success; frameworks for building bridges between health, mental health, and education services and systems that serve young children; and attempts to bring early childhood mental health services into service delivery systems for children

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