School Behavioral Health In Washington, DC
This list is updated monthly; click here to access the most current list
History of Behavioral Health Services in the District of Columbia. The Introduction to the DC Community of Practice videos provide context for the District of Columbia's (DC) history of behavioral health services for children and youth in public and public charter schools over the past 20 years, DC's current Comprehensive Expansion in School Behavioral Health, and the role of the DC School Behavioral Health Community of Practice to support the Expansion in schools across the city.
DC's Comprehensive School-Based Behavioral Health Expansion. In 2019, the District of Columbia (DC) launched the Comprehensive School-Based Behavioral Health Expansion in the city's public and public charter schools. Watch this video to learn how the Expansion came to be and how it is helping DC's school-aged children and their caregivers.
Overview of the DC School Behavioral Health Community of Practice. The Comprehensive School-Based Behavioral Health Expansion aims to ensure that evey school provides a full array of high quality, reliable behavioral health services and supports that students can easily access. This video explains how the DC Community of Practice provides a space where school personnel, behavioral health providers, and community leaders can learn from each other, collaborate, and problem-solve together.
See the Center for Health and Health Care in Schools YouTube channel for access to all videos.
Current CBO and DBH Clinicians (this list is updated monthly; click here to access the most current list)