Source: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Date Published: 2010
The T-May Tool Kit is designed to help clinicians and other health care providers address the difficulties and complexities of treating and managing aggression, and improve outcomes for children and adolescents with maladaptive aggression.
This toolkit is a collaboration between: Rutgers CERTs, REsource for Advancing Children's Health Institute (REACH), the New York State Office of Mental Health, the University of Texas at Austin College of Pharmacy, the California Department of Health Care Services, and participating national experts in the fields of policy, research, advocacy and child and adolescent psychiatry.
Source: Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
Source: Centers for Disease Control
Source: Texas Health and Human Services