Find resources and tools for advancing your behavioral health care coordination, criminal justice diversion, and crisis care continuum efforts here.
These resources include products developed by the CARE TA Center, its affiliates, and other state and national organizations, as well as tools and samples from local and county agencies.
Using participatory methods to enhance patient-centered mental health care in a federally qualified community health center serving a Mexican American farmworker community
Vulnerable but not Broken: Psychosocial Challenges and Resilience Pathways among Unaccompanied Children from Central America
We Ain’t Crazy! Just Coping with a Crazy System – Pathways into the Black Population for Eliminating Mental Health Disparities
The CARE TA Center is dedicated to helping state, county, and local agencies address the disproportionate impact of behavioral health crisis on diverse communities. These resources include an emphasis on tools for understanding and meeting the needs of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC); linguistically diverse communities; lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer identified people (LGBTQ); and vulnerable populations such as youth and people experiencing homelessness.