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July 14-18, 2010
Washington, DC
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2010 Rural Behavioral Health Symposium
September 21-23, 2010
in Glendale, Arizona
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The Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development (GUCCHD) was established over four decades ago to improve the quality of life for all children and youth, especially those with, or at risk for, special needs and their families.
Located in the nation's capital, this exceptional center both directly serves vulnerable children and their families, as well as influences local, state, national and international programs and policy.
Dr. Magrab

Georgetown University, School of Continuing Education in collaboration with the Center for Child and Human Development offers a Masters Degree and Advanced Certificate Program in Disability Studies. The program has three tracks (Developmental Disabilities, Early Intervention, and Mental Health System of Care for Children and Youth). The program will be on-line and classroom based. All students will meet at Georgetown University for specified amounts of time with ongoing instruction delivered through an on-line platform. Click here for more information on the Disability Studies Program.
Research: Cultural and Linguistic Competence Checklist for MCH Training Programs
The Cultural and Linguistic Competence Family Organization Assessment
A Public Health Approach to Children’s Mental Health: A Conceptual Framework
What Works? Webinar Series
Georgetown University, Box 571485, Washington, DC 20057 P: 202.687.5000 F: 202.687.8899 E: gucdc@georgetown.edu
Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development is a designated University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities
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