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Our goal is to improve the lives of youth and young adults with serious mental health conditions through rigorous research and effective training and dissemination. Our work is guided by the perspectives of young people and their families, and based in a positive development framework.

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Recent Publications

Research Review: Focal Point: Trauma-Informed Care (PDF)

Journal Article: Introduction to the special issue: Empirically-based interventions for emerging adults with serious mental health conditions Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: A Theory of Change for Positive Developmental Approaches to Improving Outcomes Among Emerging Adults with Serious Mental Health Conditions Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Better Futures: a Randomized Field Test of a Model for Supporting Young People in Foster Care with Mental Health Challenges to Participate in Higher Education Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Meeting the Transition Needs of Urban American Indian/Alaska Native Youth through Culturally Based Services Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Community and state systems change associated with the Healthy Transitions Initiative Author's manuscript (PDF)

Journal Article: Predicting positive education outcomes for emerging adults in mental health systems of care Author's manuscript (PDF)

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New Issue of Focal Point on Trauma-Informed Care

This issue of Focal Point focuses on trauma-informed care and its growing relevance in research, official policy, practice methods, and organizational structure.

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Recruiting Teams for Free Fall Online Training Program

The PTTP project is developing supplementary training resources to accompany its online training modules and an evaluation of training outcomes. PTTP is recruiting partner organizations where a team of staff will agree to participate in the online training series, engage in team-based exercises and discussions of the content, and complete a simple training evaluation.

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Upcoming Webinar: "Addressing Homelessness Among Youth Aging Out of Foster Care: A Social Networks Approach"

Date: June 2, 2015
Time: 10am - 11am PST / 1pm - 2pm EST

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Pathways RTC's quarterly webinar is dedicated to the problem of homelessness. Jennifer Blakeslee, PhD will present a social network support perspective on this growing problem for youth aging out of foster care. She will present data on how the depleted social networks among youth aging out of foster care combined with the sudden ending of formal relationships at age 18 contributes to housing insecurity/homelessness among this group. Dr. Blakeslee will also discuss the possible future policy changes that may result as policymakers absorb this complex issue – and make intervention recommendations to bolster the informal social support networks of foster youth.

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Special Issue of the Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research with Guest Editors from Pathways RTC: Spring 2015

This special issue, which is available online and will be printed in spring of 2015, highlights new research about interventions and programs that are successful in improving outcomes for emerging adults who experience serious mental health conditions.

Read the abstracts and self-archived manuscripts in full text »


Two Pathways Tipsheets Translated into Spanish

Translation of these tipsheets for service providers was supported by the Technical Assistance Network for Children's Behavioral Health (see full acknowledgments on the back of the tip sheets).


Three New Training Modules

We are pleased to announce the release of the next three online modules in the Pathways Transition Training Partnership's training series for service providers working with youth and young adults. These modules focus on providing culturally responsive services and the specific focus of each is as follows:


2015 Edition of Early Psychosis Intervention Projects National Directory

The EASA Center for Excellence, which has a research project with Pathways, and the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Healthcare published the second edition of the National Directory in January 2015. It contains updated contact and basic program information for 70 early psychosis intervention projects in 18 states.

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The development of the contents of this website was supported by funding from the National Institute of Disability and Rehabilitation Research, United States Department of Education, and the Center for Mental Health Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, United States Department of Health and Human Services.

 

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