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SAMHSA News - January/February 2004, Volume 12, Number 1
 

SAMHSA Helps Reduce Seclusion and Restraint at Facilities for Youth

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Demonstration Sites


SAMHSA awarded Grants to Support Restraint and Seclusion Training in Programs That Serve Children and Youth to a wide range of programs:

  • Connecticut Collaboration for Training Excellence, which encompasses the Klingberg Family Centers in New Britain, the Devereux Glenholme School in Washington, and the Riverview Hospital for Children and Youth within the Connecticut Department of Children and Families, in Middletown
  • Girls and Boys Town National Resource and Training Center in Boys Town, NE, in partnership with the A.B. and Jessie Polinsky Children's Center, a public emergency shelter for children and youth, operated by the city of San Diego, CA
  • Lakeside Treatment and Learning Center in Kalamazoo, MI
  • Methodist Home for Children and Youth in Macon, GA
  • University of Alabama's Brewer-Porch Children's Center in Tuscaloosa.

The Child Welfare League of America in Washington, DC, in collaboration with the Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health, serves as the project's Coordinating Center. End of Article

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SAMHSA Helps Reduce Seclusion and Restraint at Facilities for Youth
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