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Technical Assistance Collaborative

Boston, Massachusetts
www.tacinc.org

Technical Assistance Collaborative was awarded $6,065,000 between 2003 and 2014, including 10 grants in Juvenile Justice.

$610,000

2014 • 2 years, 3 months • Juvenile Justice

Technical Assistance Collaborative (TAC) works with state and local jurisdictions on reforms in the delivery of behavioral health services for youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system. This grant provides matching funds for a public-private partnership between the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the Foundation, and will support TAC in improving policies and practices to divert youth who have behavioral health needs from the juvenile justice system to community-based programs and services.

$600,000

2013 • 2 years • Juvenile Justice

The Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc. provides information, capacity building, and technical expertise to organizations and policymakers in the areas of child and adult mental health, substance abuse, human services, and affordable housing. This grant supports a public-private partnership between the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Foundation to improve policies and practices to divert youth with behavioral health needs from the juvenile justice system to community-based programs and services. TAC will gather teams from selected state jurisdictions and, separately, tribal communities for a Policy Academy about effective interventions and the latest research for addressing the behavioral health needs of juvenile justice-involved youth.

$100,000

2013 • 1 year • Juvenile Justice

The Technical Assistance Collaborative, Inc provides consultation and technical assistance to states that have focused on reforms in the meeting the mental health needs of youth who become involved with the juvenile justice system. It will use the grant to consult with and provide technical assistance to Models for Change states to ensure that financing and policy changes to sustain reforms for improving access to effective mental health services are in place as the initiative’s direct support for model demonstrations ends.

$525,000

2011 • 2 years • Juvenile Justice

Technical Assistance Collaborative provides information, capacity building, and technical expertise to organizations and policymakers in the areas of child and adult mental health, substance abuse, and human services. This grant funds a public-private partnership between the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and the Foundation to improve policies and practices to divert youth with behavioral health issues from the juvenile justice system to community-based programs and services. Teams from selected jurisdictions will attend a Policy Academy to learn about effective behavioral health interventions and participate in a cross-site Action Network to implement innovative strategies and practices developed and tested through Models for Change.

$15,000

2010 • 1 year • Juvenile Justice

To produce and distribute the second edition of"Turning Knowledge into Practice" , a monograph on the implementation of evidence-based behavioral health services.

$450,000

2009 • 3 years • Juvenile Justice

To provide training and technical assistance to improve the organization, financing, and delivery of mental health services to juvenile justice-involved youth in the Models for Change states (over three years).

$300,000

2007 • 2 years • Juvenile Justice

In support of training and technical assistance to improve the organization, financing, and delivery of mental health services to juvenile justice-involved youth in the Models for Change states (over two years).

$300,000

2007 • 1 year

In support of the Network on Mental Health Policy Research conference as the culmination of the Network's work and the stage for setting a new research agenda for the 21st Century.

$165,000

2005 • 1 year • Juvenile Justice

To provide technical assistance and consultation to the State of Louisiana to advance juvenile justice reform as part of an effort to redesign an integrated system for child and family services.

$3,000,000

2003 • 3 years

In support of the Network on Mental Health Policy Research (over three years).

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