WRCAC Telemental Health Resource Center
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Welcome to the Telemental Health Resource Center
The WRCAC Telemental Health Resource Center is designed to provide information and access to current resources regarding telemental health, with an emphasis on the unique needs of CACs and their clients and staff. Resources range from guides for setting up or enhancing a telemental health program, to legal and regulatory information, and everything in between, including practical clinical applications, technology basics, and funding options to help build or update a telemental health program. Information can be accessed using the navigator bar on the left side of the page.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many CACs and clinicians are transitioning to telemental health to maintain essential services. Vital information and resources for CACs considering telemental health options during COVID-19 are available on our COVID-19 Telemental Health Resources page.
Moving to Telemental Health in a Child Advocacy Center Environment
There are many advantages to developing the capacity to deliver trauma-focused telemental health (TMH) services to children’s advocacy center (CAC) clients. As CACs make the transition to TMH services, there are many things to consider. This issue brief offers answers to commonly asked questions.
WRCAC Telemental Health Issue Briefs
Expanding In-Person Mental Health Services Within a Children’s Advocacy Center as the Pandemic Recedes
This issue brief carefully examines how to navigate the myriad of issues affecting decision-making regarding the return to more in-person treatment and recommends items for CACs to consider when providing in-person mental health care as part of their service continuum.
Task Sharing in a Children’s Advocacy Center: The Role of Victim Advocates in Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Children & Families
This issue brief examines task sharing in the CAC context and promotes the active collaboration between the CAC victim advocate and the child’s therapist as a task sharing team, especially in rural areas where the therapist may provide services remotely through telemental health.