The “Action Signs” toolkit

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This toolkit is meant to help parents, educators, and health professionals identify children at behavioral and emotional risk. The action signs (originally called “warning signs”) are research-based but worded in common-sense, non-stigmatizing ways and indicate that a child or youth may need evaluation or intervention by a mental health professional. The toolkit includes dissemination materials, information handouts, and links to related resources. Developed by the REACH Institute, in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic and a group of mental health experts.  (posted November 28, 2011)



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