Downloads

School Mental Health

School Mental Health, a site developed by the Baltimore School Mental Health Technical Assistance and Training Initiative, covers a wide range of topics from the perspective of educators.

Transition Year: Your Source for Emotional Health at College

From http://www.transitionyear.org/parent/about.php?id=2

The Jed Foundation, a national nonprofit working to promote emotional health among college students, has partnered with the American Psychiatric Foundation to launch the Transition Year, an online resource center that helps students and their families focus on emotional health before, during and after the college transition.

Moving On: Federal Programs to Assist Transition-Age Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions

Federal Programs to Assist Transition-Age Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions
SKU CY-8
Size 166 pages

Moving On is a collection of fact sheets on 56 programs, run by 20 or more different agencies in nine departments of the federal government. Each offers information about the program’s purpose, services and funded activities, the administering federal agency, grantee and beneficiary eligibility, and a brief assessment of the program’s impact.

Available in print or by pdf download

NIMH Free Booklet, "Bipolar Disorder in Children and Teens"

Easy-to-read NIMH booklet, free to order in print or download, with answers to many questions parents have about bipolar disorder.

Treatment Guidelines for Children and Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder

Treatment guidelines for children and adolescents with bipolar disorder, that includes diagnosis, comorbidity, acute treatment, and maintenance treatment.

This is a pdf document available for download on the Balanced Mind Foundation's web site.

The article was published by Robert A Kowatch, MD, et al, in the Journal of American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 44:3, March 2005.

BP Children

The main focus of BPChildren, an organization founded by a mental health writer Tracy Anglada, is to provide resources to children with bipolar disorder. The site features age-appropriate videos, events (interviews, conferences, webinars, in-service school trainings, radio and television appearances), downloads, charts, etc. The site sections are kids, teens, parents and teachers, FAQs for parents and teachers, Books for kids published by Tracy Anglada.

Clinicians Manual and Handouts for FFT

From the Childhood & Adolescent Mood Disorders Program web site, there are a series of downloadable pdfs on Family-Focused Treatment (FFT). There is a 93-page clinicians manual and a series of handouts for patients.

Massachusetts General Hospital Bipolar Clinic and Research Program

The Massachusetts General Hospital Bipolar Clinic and Research Program (617-643-2076) provides information, treatment, research, and self-care tools to persons with bipolar disorder and their families.

A blank mood chart in pdf form
can be downloaded from http://www.manicdepressive.org/moodinstruct.html