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  National Wellness Institute   

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Contact:
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Anne Helmke
The National Wellness Institute

800/243-8694
715/342-2969
715/342-2979 fax

nwelli (snail) muffin.wis.com (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The National Wellness Institute helps professionals interested in wellness and health promotion affect their environment much like rain drops affect the glasslike surface of a still pond. By providing leadership, resources, networking opportunities, innovative ideas, professional development, and opportunities for collaboration, the Institute encourages these professionals to create their own ripples of influence upon their worksites, communities, and families. Through collaborative efforts the ripples reach a greater number of people.

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  National Women's Resource Center   

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Contact:
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National Women's Resource Center
515 King Street
Alexandria, VA

nwrc (snail) www.nwrc.org (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The National Women's Resource Center is the nation's center for developing and disseminating information and policy recommendations in ATOD abuse and mental health issues for women.

The goals of the Center are:

  • To provide information to individuals, organizations, communities, and states that will empower women
  • To reach under-served groups of women and their children
  • To bring together organizations to advocate for a broad range of issues that affect women's lives.
The ultimate success of the National Women's Resource Center depends on the promotion of policies and effective programming that support the development and expansion of community-based ATOD and mental illness prevention and treatment programs for women of all ages across the nation.

The Center offers an online bibliographic database.

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  National Wraparound Initiative [NWI]   

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National Wraparound Initiative
1600 SW 4th Ave, Suite 900
Portland, OR 97201

503/725-2785

spet (snail) pdx.edu (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The National Wraparound Initiative [NWI] is a non-profit membership organization that has been forming since 2003.

The wraparound process, initially developed in the 1980s, is an intensive, individualized care management process for youths with serious or complex needs associated with emotional and behavioral problems in their home and community. During the wraparound process, a team that may include family members, other natural supports, service providers, and agency representatives collaboratively develop an individualized plan of care, implement this plan, and evaluate success over time.

The wraparound process, and the plan itself, is designed to be culturally competent, strengths based, and organized around family members' own perceptions of needs, goals, and likelihood of success of specific strategies. Implementation is facilitated by a specially trained "wraparound facilitator".

Fidelity of teams to wraparound methods and the outcomes they achieve are subjected to research that guides further development of the process. The process itself includes interventional strategies, fiscal policies, accountability mechanisms, community partnership and team-building methods.

The NWI has recently shifted from being a grant-supported university-hosted movement to accepting individual as well as organizational members. It also has moved into direct provision of services including:

  • Mobile Therapy Services delivered by masters-level clinicians in non-clinical settings
  • Behavioral Specialist Consulting with family and school for individual treatment planning
  • Therapeutic Staff Support by a clinical specialist for implementing treatment plans
  • Psychological Evaluations

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  National Youth Agency   

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National Youth Agency
17-23 Albion Street
Leicester, LE1 6GD
England

0116 285 6789
0116 247 1043 fax


About:


The National Youth Agency provides information and support for all those concerned with the informal and social education of young people.

It aims to provide a national focus for the statutory and voluntary youth service, and for all those who work with young people in the community. It provides curriculum materials, organisational and management development, endorsement and accrediation of training, advice and support in the development of training and a full range of information and publishing services.

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  National Youth Forum Nepal [NYFON]   


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National Youth Forum Nepal
PO Box 4866
Hattisar, Kathmandu
Nepal

+977/1/418 160
+977/1/415 779 fax

asuka (snail) vishnu.ccsl.com.np (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Native Mental Health Association   


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Native Mental Health Association

604/793-1983
604/793-4557 fax

nmha (snail) dowco.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Natural Hazards Center   

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Natural Hazards Center
Campus Box 482
University of Colorado
Boulder, CO 80309-0482

303/492-6818
303/ 492-2151 fax

hazctr (snail) colorado.edu (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


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The Natural Hazards Center is a national and international clearinghouse for information on natural hazards and human adjustments to hazards and disasters. The Natural Hazards Center carries out its mission in four principal areas: information dissemination, an annual workshop, research, and library services. The center's prime goal is to increase communication among hazard/disaster researchers and those individuals, agencies, and organizations that are actively working to reduce disaster damage and suffering.

The Web site presents links to emergency management courses, and many sources of information about disasters and trauma.

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  James Nayler Foundation   

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James Nayler Foundation
PO Box 235
York, YO1 9YY
United Kingdom

0976 228 444
+44/1457/856492

admin (snail) jnf.org.uk (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The James Nayler Foundation is a registered charity that advances the understanding, treatment and elimination of violence, promotes the treatment of personality disorders through emotional education and human rights.

The foundation works to demonstrate that human rights are therapeutic and that Truth, Trust and Consent are the three pillars which, when fully deployed, create not only peace of mind but a stable and violence-free society, both domestically and globally. To this end it will implement emotional education for adults and children in any context and age group.

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