Recent Media Coverage for the McSilver Institute

Dr. Lindsey appearing in a video interview broadcast of CBSN in October 2019

Media Coverage

The McSilver Institute’s research, policy recommendations, and accomplishments have recently been noted by news outlets across the media spectrum. Some highlights of our media coverage are below. This list was last updated on July 30, 2021.

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July 2021

America’s Mental Health Moment is Finally Here

Simone Biles Withdraws From Olympics, Redefining Heroism in Sports
Everyday Health

Women Have Chance at Majority on Council
Queens Ledger

Advocates, Electeds and Candidates Celebrate Historic Gains for Women Heading to the New York City Council
Gotham Gazette

De Blasio Says He Would Reassess Ranked Choice if Data Indicates Disparities
Politico New York Pro [subscription required]

De Blasio Says NYC May Need to ‘Reassess’ Ranked-Choice Voting
New York Post

Women Are Poised to Have Historic Representation on New York City Council. Experts Credit Ranked-Choice Voting
The 19th

How Schools Can Address Black Students’ Unmet Mental Health Needs
Teach For America

Ranked Choice Voting
Bloomberg Radio – Sound On

Opinion: This Election Will Create More Diverse Representation in NYC—Thanks to Ranked Choice Voting
City Limits

June 2021

The Transportation Power 100
City & State New York

EdCast 163 — Preparing Children for Returning to School Post-Pandemic

Gifts Roundup: New York University Silver School of Social Work
The Chronicle of Philanthropy

NYU Receives $16 Million Gift for Social Science Research Using Big Data
The Imprint

Women in Government Talk Series: Juneteenth Forum
City & State New York Events

The Mental Health Power 50
City & State New York

Breaking the Cycle of Silence Around Black Mental Health

What’s Going On: Juneteenth
New York Carib News
Also: Our Times Press

Why Naomi Osaka’s French Open Withdrawal Is a Mental Health Win
Everyday Health

Metropolitan Black Bar Association honors Rosemonde Pierre-Louis
New York Amsterdam News

The Mental Effects of Racism on the Latinx Community
Verywell Mind

May 2021

In Focus With Cheryl Wills: Mental Health [Broadcast only]
Spectrum News – NY1

Women in Government Talk Series: Part 1
City & State New York Events

Suicide Among Black Girls Is a Mental Health Crisis Hiding in Plain Sight [VIDEO]
TIME Magazine

April 2021

New Administration, New Opportunities: Biden-Harris Goals Align With Most Social Work Priorities
Social Work Advocates

Police Brutality Negatively Impacts Black Mental Health, Suicides Rise
Also: MSN

In Memoriam: Midwin Charles, a ‘Beacon of Light’ for Haitian-Americans and the Nation
The Haitian Times

March 2021

The Challenge of Small Business in New York City
TAPinto Sutton Place/Lenox Hill

Deaths of Despair Have Surged Among People of Color
New York Magazine

Sharing His Voice, TU: COFAC Innovator-in-Residence
Patch: Towson, MD

Women’s History Month: Rose Pierre-Louis
The Crisis Magazine on Instagram and Facebook

6 Ways Educators Can Create Safe Spaces for Students of Colorp
Free Spirit Publishing (blog)

Empathy –> Trust –> Human-Centric Autonomous Mobility Design

The Dilemma of Black Male Professorship

Meet Our New Advisory Board (Page 8)
City & State New York

Nursing Homes & NY Hero Act | Ranked Choice Voting | Walking While Trans Law
Today’s Verdict- Bronxnet TV

Rep. Watson Coleman Addressing Racial Disparities in Mental Health Coverage
NJ Urban News

Watson Coleman, Katko Reintroduce Bipartisan Bill to Address Racial Disparities in Mental Health Coverage
Insider NJ

February 2021

Editor’s Note: Inclusion and Ranking on Our Power Lists
City & State New York

Caribbean Life announces this year’s Impact Award Honorees
Caribbean Life

Candidates, Experts Discuss Potential Positives and Pitfalls of Ranked-Choice Voting Amid New York City Implementation
Gotham Gazette

WATCH: Experts Discuss Ranked-Choice Voting as New York City Begins Implementation
Gotham Gazette

Psychiatry’s Climate Reckoning: Time Is Now
Psychiatric News

January 2021

COVID Takes Its Toll On Mental Health Of Black Students
Sacramento Observer

Democratic Mayoral Candidates Discuss Addressing City’s Health Care Gaps After COVID
Gotham Gazette
Also: Manhattan Neighborhood Network – Blog

Op-Ed | NYC on Ranked Voting
AM New York

Managing Youth & Adolescent Mental Health with Dr. Michael Lindsey – #MentalHealthMonday
Riggs Off The Radio

Lack of Diversity and the Pandemic Challenge Colleges to Address Mental Health Issues for Students of Color
Dallas Morning News

Can Just Watching Police Brutality Harm Your Mental Health?
Peace of Mind with Taraji on Facebook Watch

I’m a Mom and a Teacher: Here’s How I’m Talking to My Students About the Attack at the Capitol

December 2020

Opinion: Don’t Delay Ranked Choice Voting – Educate Voters Instead
City Limits New York

Women With PTSD and Depression Face Increased Early Mortality Risk
VeryWell Mind

Social Worker Appointed to CDC’s Community Preventive Services Task Force
NASW Social Work Blog

Black Teenagers With Mental Health Issues May Be Reluctant To Seek Help
NPR/Morning Edition

What’s Going On by Victoria Horsford: “New York/NY”
The New York Beacon
Also: Our Times Press, The New York Carib News

How Black Women Became New York’s Power Players
City and State New York

The Power Players
City and State New York

November 2020

Insecurity, Banks, and Waste—How Food Plays a Role in Our Everyday Lives
Verywell Fit

EdCast 157 — Children, Trauma and Covid-19

October 2020

Race Challenges in the Workplace for Women
Manhattan Neighborhood Network TV

Ep. 104 – Domestic Violence Explained ft. Rosemonde Pierre-Louis
According to RP – WJMS Radio

Stereotypes of the Sleep-Deprived: Is It Manly to Be Tired?
Verywell Mind

Self-Harming Behaviors May Be Socially Contagious in Adolescents, Study Finds
Verywell Mind

#070: Achieving Equity in Transportation – Henry Greenidge, NYU McSilver Institute
The Mobility Podcast

Ep.59 | Transportation, Civil Rights and Opportunity with Henry L. Greenidge
The Adverse Effect Podcast

10 Everyday Examples of the Glaring Reality of White Privilege
Reader’s Digest

Making Moves: Rose Pierre-Louis
Politico New York Playbook

House Passes Bill to Address Mental Health Care Disparities in Youth
Health Crisis Alert

September 2020

House Passes Legislation to Reduce Mental Health Care Disparities for Youth
Insider NJ

I’m Listening: Dr. Michael Lindsey Sees an Increase in Childhood Anxiety During COVID and Social Unrest

When a Child Sees Their Parent Abused, the Trauma Can Last a Lifetime

Managing Youth & Adolescent Mental Health with Dr. Michael Lindsey – #MentalHealthMonday
103.7 KISS FM – Riggs Off The Radio

Mike Bloomberg Wants to Solve America’s Black Doctor Shortage
ABC News Go

August 2020

Episode 171 – Guest: Henry Greenidge
Smart Driving Cars Podcast via YouTube

Five CCCC Employees Honored for Outreach Work
The Daily Independent
Also: Mojave Desert News, Kern Valley Sun

Restorative Circles, Online Wellness Rooms and Grief Training: How Schools Are Preparing for the COVID Mental Health Crisis
Hechinger Report
Also: Truthout

It’s Not Too Early for Cities to Craft AV Regulation
Government Technology

2020: Caring for the Mental Health of Black Americans
Spectrum News – NY1
Also: Bay News 9 Tampa

Since Michael Brown’s Fatal Shooting in Ferguson, Race Relations and Trust in Police Has Only Gotten Worse

Courageous Conversations: Black Teens and Suicide
PBS39/WLVT Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania

What Really Happens to Your Body When You Hold Back Tears

Homeless People in L.A. Increasingly Are Taking Their Lives by Hanging
Los Angeles Times
Also: Yahoo News

Newsrooms Can Prosper with Remote Work — But They Have to Make the Right Adjustments First
Nieman Lab

July 2020

Op-Ed: The Black Blood on America’s Hands
The North Star

The Time Is Now
American School Board Journal

Federal Communications Commission and Media Must Combat Black Mental Health Crisis
Broadband Breakfast

Transportation Equity with Henry Greenidge (Ep. 237)
WashingTECH Policy Podcast

FCC’s Starks Hosting Virtual Panel on Black Mental Health
Multichannel News

June 2020

We Need to Talk About Black Youth Suicide Right Now, Says Dr. Michael Lindsey

Researchers Sound The Alarm About Rising Suicide Rate Among Black Youth

WATCH LIVE: Addressing Mental Health amid the National Conversation on Race
PBS NewsHour/YouTube Live

Ringing the Alarm about Black Youth Suicide
Psychiatry News

LAUSD School Police, African American Mental Health and Suicide Rates, Police Reform
KPCC Take Two/NPR Los Angeles

Dr. Michael A. Lindsey on NBC Nightly News

Black Youth Suicide Attempt Rate Increasing at Alarming Rate
NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

COVID-19 Has Intensified the Need for Trauma-Informed Care
Prism/Daily Kos

Coping with COVID-19
Hopkins Bloomberg Public Health Magazine

Why Chronic Stress and COVID-19 are a ‘Perfect Storm’ for the Health of Black Americans
PBS NewsHour

‘We’re Losing Our Kids’: Black Youth Suicide Rate Rising Far Faster Than for Whites; Coronavirus, Police Violence Deepen Trauma
USA Today
Also: Akron Beacon Journal, Arkansas News, Athens Banner Herald, Augusta Chronicle, Columbia Daily Herald, Columbus Dispatch, Dallas County News, Daytona Beach News-Journal, Fayetteville Observer, Gainesville Sun, Go Erie, Jacksonville Daily News, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Peoria Journal Star, Pittsburgh Morning Sun, Pueblo Chieftain, Savannah Morning News, Stockton Record, Santa Rosa Press Gazette, Sarasota Herald-Tribune, Syracuse Journal-Democrat, Topeka Capital-Journal, Utica Observer-Dispatch.

Shedding Light On The Relationship Between NYPD & Young New Yorkers
Bronx Daily

Two-Thirds of Black Americans Don’t Trust The Police to Treat Them Equally. Most White Americans Do.
PBS NewsHour
Also: Northwest Public Radio

One New York: Race and Parenting
Spectrum News NY1

May 2020

MANH Lawmakers on the Move, May 15, 2020
New York County Politics

Addressing Leadership, Workforce Management and Team‐building
Mental Health Weekly [subscription required]

April 2020

10 Ways to Reduce Stress That Actually Backfire
MSN Lifestyle [slide show]

10 Ways to Reduce Stress That Actually Backfire
The Healthy

Future 40: Dr. Michael Lindsey is Advocating For The Black Mind
BET News

COVID-19 Resources for Social Workers and Therapists
Social Work Career

March 2020

Addressing the Crisis of Black Youth Suicide
NASW Practice Alert

Black Men’s Emotions on Display at the Staples Center and Beyond
The Crisis Magazine

February 2020

How Philanthropy Can Create Public Systems Change
Philanthropy News Digest

How Philanthropy Can Create Public Systems Change
Stanford Social Innovation Review

Why Are Black Kids Dying By Suicide?

A Surge in Suicides
Metrofocus PBS-NY

January 2020

A Black Epidemic We Don’t Talk About
Inside Sources/Newsday

McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research S2 Episode 6: Dismantling a System That is ‘Eating Up Black Boys’, ft Dr. Divine Pryor
Black Westchester Magazine

Sounding the Alarm on Black Youth Suicide
APA News

OPINION: Black Students’ Mental Health Needs More Attention
Indiana Daily Student

Sports Couldn’t Save Bryce Gowdy, and His Suicide Shines a Sad Spotlight on an Ignored Crisis
Washington Post

Bryce Gowdy’s Suicide: Why This Column Struck a Nerve and Why We Can’t Drop This Conversation
Orlando Sentinel

December 2019

New Report Documents an Alarming Rise in Suicide Rates Among Black Youth
The Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

Suicide Is The Second-Leading Cause Of Death For Black Youth And Is Rising Faster Than Any Other Racial And Ethnic Group, New Study Shows
The North Star

Suicide Rate Rising Fast for Black Youth, Report Finds

Wake Up With WURD – December 19, 2019
WURD Philadelphia – 96.1 FM/900 AM

Proposed Legislation Attempts to Address Rising Suicide Rates Among Black Children
CBS News

Congressional Taskforce Report Highlights Alarming Trends in Black Youth Suicide Rates

November 2019

Study: Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teenagers
Inside City Hall with Errol Louis on Spectrum News NY1

What’s Behind the Rise in Self-Reported Suicide Attempts among Black Teens?
The Steve Fund Blog Post

November 18 – Nikole Hannah-Jones Will Appear for a Fireside Chat….
Gotham Gazette – The Run of the Week in Detail

About Our Kids – November 15, 2019
Doctor Radio on Sirius XM Channel 110

Black Teen Suicide Reaches Historic Highs
Chicago Defender, Atlanta Voice and Charleston Chronicle via NNPA Newswire

Learn Signs of Teen Suicide
Toledo Blade

Rise in Youth Suicide Rates Confounds Experts
Psychiatric News

October 2019

Suicide Attempts among Black Teenagers Are Rising
ABC News Radio

Suicide Attempts among Black Teenagers Are Rising

Stigma, Poverty and Distrust May Be to Blame for Disproportionate Increase in ‘Suicide Attempts’ Among Black Teens
Atlanta Black Star

Commentary: State needs black-youth suicide prevention task force
Albany Times-Union

New Study Finds Suicide Attempts amongst Black Children and Teens Are Rising
Baller Alert

American Academy of Pediatrics Reports Black Teen Suicide Attempts Are on the Rise

Study Finds Suicide Rates among Black Children Are Rising

Dr. Lindsey on CBS News
Suicide attempts among black children and teens increasing at alarming rates, study finds
CBS News

Stop the Stigma: Mental Health in the Black Community
CBS This Morning

Reported suicide attempts among black teens have spiked since 1991, study shows, raising concerns about availability of mental health care
Chicago Tribune 

Suicide attempts up in black U.S. teens
Clinical Psychiatry News

Suicide attempts by black teens are increasing, study says
CNN Health

Suicide Attempts Are on the Rise Among Black Teens, According to New Study

Crain’s NY Health Pulse AT A GLANCE — Suicide Attempts
Crain’s New York Business

Suicide attempts by black teens are rising at alarming rates – even as rates fall among their white peers
Daily Mail Online

Reported Suicide Attempts Among Black Teens Have Spiked Since 1991, Study Shows
Education Week

Suicide Rates For Black Boys And Girls Disproportionately High

Suicidal thoughts, attempts rising among black teens
Healio – Infectious Diseases in Children

Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teens

Suicide Attempts Among Black Teens Are Increasing

Dr. Michael Lindsey on How to Help Teens Struggling with Suicidal Thoughts
Joe Madison on Sirius XM Urban Voice

KHN Morning Briefing, OCT 14 2019: “Startling Rise Of Suicides In Black Teens Since 1991 Sparks Concerns About Access To Care, Failing Outreach Efforts”
Kaiser Health News

KHN Morning Briefing, OCT 17 2019: “Teen Suicide Rate Increases 56% CDC Report Shows, Prompting Pleas For Awareness Among Parents, Teachers”
Kaiser Health News

Suicide Rates For Black Female Teens On The Rise

Black Girl Depression Fully Grown: My Relationship With My Sadness

Suicide attempts up in black U.S. teens
Family Practice News
from MDedge

Suicide attempts by Black teens have risen, and I’m not surprised

Suicide attempts by black teens are increasing, study says
The Mercury News

Study Finds Suicide Rates Among Black Children Are Rising
The New York Beacon

Black Adolescents Show Dramatic Increase In Suicide Attempts Compared To Whites, According To Study
News One

Suicide Attempts Rise among Black Teens, but Researcher Says Data on Solutions Is Missing
NPR: Here and Now

Suicide attempts rising among black youths, especially girls: study
NY Daily News

Suicide attempts rising for black teens, study shows
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Politico Pulse: “WHAT WE’RE READING With Dan Goldberg and Susannah Luthi”

Suicide attempts rising among black teens

Reported Suicide Attempts by Black Teens Are Increasing: Study
The Daily Beast

Self-reported suicide attempts among black US teens rising, study finds
The Guardian

Study Finds Suicide Attempts Among Black Children And Teens On The Rise
The North Star

Report: Suicide Attempts Among Black Teens Increased by 73 Percent
The Root

New research confirms self-reported suicide attempts on the rise for Black teens
The Grio

Suicide attempts increase among black teens, study says

Suicide Attempt Rates for Black Teens Continue to Rise
U.S. News & World Report

Suicide Attempts Rising Among Black Teens

Dr. Lindsey in the WNYC studios in October of 2019.

Suicide Attempts Are Rising Among Black Teens
WNYC News/NPR: Morning Edition

Monday Morning QB – Monday, October 21, 2019
— 89.3FM Washington, DC

Suicide attempts rising among black teens
Yahoo News

Cerro Coso Community College hosts statewide retreat for prison educators
Tehachapi News

August 2019

How Barbers Are Getting Black Men Talking About Mental Health

July 2019

Interesting People Doing Important Work: Dr. Michael A. Lindsey
Mary Christie Foundation Quarterly (Page 14)

Social Work HEALS Students Make Strides in Health Care Services
Social Work Advocates (Subscribers-only access)

Watson Coleman Introduces Resolution to Acknowledge Disparities in Mental Health Care
Insider NJ

How This Texas College Gives Every Single Student Help with Trauma, Mental Health
Dallas Morning News

June 2019

What’s Going On: Caribbean American Month
New York Carib News

What’s Going On? Black Children Between the Ages of 5 and 11 Are Committing Suicide More Than Whites and Experts Don’t Know Why
Atlanta Black Star

Meek Mill: ‘Ate Alive in the Criminal System’

Meek Mill Honored with NYU’s Vanguard for Social Justice Award
ABC Radio News Online

Meek Mill Receives Vanguard Social Justice Award From NYU’s McSilver Institute
All Hip Hop

‘Speak Up For the Voiceless’: Meek Mill Honored With Social Justice Award
Atlanta Black Star

Meek Mill Receives Vanguard Social Justice Award From NYU’s McSilver Institute

Meek Mill Honored With Social Justice Award From NYU’s McSilver Institute

Meek Mill Receives Special Honor from NYU for His Criminal Justice Reform Efforts

Trophies: Meek Mill Receives A Social Justice Award At NYU’s McSilver Institute

Meek Mill Receives Social Justice Award at NYU’s McSilver Institute

Meek Mill Hanging with Malcolm Jenkins at Social Justice Awards

Meek Mill Collects Another Award!!
Hot 107.5 Detroit

Meek Mill Honored With Social Justice Award at NYU’s McSilver Institute
Hot 97 (NYC)

MEEK MILL: Honored at NYU
iHeart Radio News

Meek Mill Is Honored By NYU
MSN Daily Motion

Meek Mill Honored With Social Justice Award from NYU
Okay Player

Meek Mill Receives Social Justice Award from NYU
Revolt TV

Meek Mill Receives Social Justice Award from NYU’s McSilver Institute
The Fader

#TSRPositiveImages: Meek Mill Honored With Social Justice Award At NYU’s McSilver Institute
The Shade Room

Meek Mill Accepts Social Justice Award at NYU’s Mcsilver Institute
The Source

Meek Mill, Now a Soldier for Reform, Gets Recognition for His Stance Against Injustice in the System

Meek Mill Honored With NYU’s Vanguard For Social Justice Award

May 2019

Report Shows How Poverty Sends New Yorkers into Criminal Justice System
Amsterdam News

Bars: The Addictive Relationship with Xanax & Hip Hop

Mental Health: A Hidden Crisis in Schools?
The Educated Reporter

In Movement toward Awareness, Taraji P. Henson Announces Mental Health Conference

Black Boys, Ready to Die

Youth Suicide Crisis: How Can Families, Government and the Medical Community Help?
The Journal News/LoHud

Suicides Among Black Children Are at Crisis Levels. The Congressional Black Caucus Aims to Do Something About It
The Root

Black Youth Suicides: The Focus of a New CBC Task Force

Congressional Black Caucus Launches Emergency Taskforce on Black Youth Suicide and Mental Health

The North Star: Congressional Black Caucus Launches Task Force on Black Youth Suicide And Mental Health
The North Star

Black Men Still Incarcerated at Disproportionate Levels
LA Sentinel and NNPA Newspaper Affiliates

April 2019

#TheNewNext: ‘Black Boys & Men’ Podcast Tackles Myths
Philadelphia Tribune

NYC Task Force and Report Tackles Incarceration
Diverse Issues in Higher Education

February 2019

CCRB, NYU Host Summit on Youth-Police Relations
Amsterdam News

NBC News/NBCBLK: For Black Children, There’s a Rising Need to Create Safe Spaces to Talk about Trauma

January 2019

Suicides among Black Children Are on the Rise. Where Are We?
The Crisis Magazine

Burnout Risk for In-Prison Educators Could Jeopardize Programs for Incarcerated Students
The ACEs Connection Blog

December 2018

The Number of Suicides among Black Children Has Doubled Since The 1990s

Wake Up With WURD – December 18, 2018
WURD Philadelphia – 96.1 FM/900 AM

How Black Parents Can Start the Hard, But Necessary, Conversation about Suicide Prevention with Young Children
The Grio

Schools Need to Step Up to Fight a Rise In Suicides Among Black Children
The Hechinger Report

5 Years after Claire Davis Died in a School Shooting, Improvements Seen in Threat Prevention, But Gaps Remain
Colorado Public Radio

October 2018

Domestic Violence Survivors, You Are Not Alone
The New York Amsterdam News

September 2018

NYU McSilver Institute appoints Sheryl Huggins Salomon as Communications Director
The New York Amsterdam News

June 2018

Dr. Christina Greer: Happy Pride Month!
The New York Amsterdam News

May 2018

Dr. Christina Greer: May is Mental Health Awareness Month
The New York Amsterdam News

40 Under 40: The Rising Stars in New York City Food Policy (Class of 2018)
Hunter College New YOrk City Food Policy Center

Dr. Christina Greer: Happy Mother’s Day
The New York Amsterdam News

Annual Gala Pays Tribute to ICL Leadership in Behavioral Health and Launch of East New York Hub
City Limits

April 2018

Now ‘Resetting,’ Chirlane McCray’s $850 Million Mental Health Program Has A Lot Riding On It
Gotham Gazette

Dr. Christina Greer: Remembering and celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The New York Amsterdam News

March 2018

Watch: More Black Children Are Turning to Suicide, so What Can We Do About It?
The Root

Study: Depression Varies among Racial Groups
Philadelphia Public School – The Notebook

February 2018

Dr. Christina Greer: Happy Black History Month, and Let Us Forever Remember our Living History
The New York Amsterdam News

Recently Published Research


Xiao Y, Romanelli M, Vélez-Grau C, Lindsey MA. “Unpacking Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Associations between Neighborhood Disadvantage and Academic Achievement: Mediation of Future Orientation and Moderation of Parental Support,” Journal of Youth and Adolescence, September 22, 2020.


Lindsey M, Sheftall A, Xiao Y, Joe S. “Trends of Suicidal Behaviors Among High School Students in the United States: 1991–2017,” Pediatrics, October 14, 2019.

Xiao Y, Romanelli M, Lindsey M. “A Latent Class Analysis of Health Lifestyles and Suicidal Behaviors among U.S. Adolescents,” Journal of Affective Disorders, August 1, 2019.

Hamovitch E, Acri M, Bornheimer L. “An Analysis of the Relationship Between Parenting Self-Efficacy, the Quality of Parenting, and Parental and Child Emotional Health,” Journal of Family Social Work, June 28, 2019.

Hudson K, Romanelli M. “”We Are Powerful People”: Health-Promoting Strengths of LGBTQ Communities of Color,” Qualitative Health Research, March 28, 2019.

Lindsey M, Romanelli M, Ellis M, et al. “The Influence of Treatment Engagement on Positive Outcomes in the Context of a School-Based Intervention for Students with Externalizing Behavior Problems,” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, March 8, 2019.

Acri M, Hamovitch E, Lambert K, et al. “Perceived benefits of a multiple family group for children with behavior problems and their families.” Social Work With Groups. February 4, 2019.

Acri M, Fuss AA, Quintero P, et al. “An Assessment of The New York State Behavioral Health System’s Readiness to Transition to Medicaid Managed Care.” Community Mental Health Journal. January 30, 2019.