NC Child Treatment Program
The North Carolina Child Treatment Program (NC CTP) is a platform for the dissemination and sustainment of an array of evidence-based, child mental health treatment models (EBTs); these models address psychological trauma, child-caregiver attachment, and disruptive behaviors among children birth through 18 years of age. NC CTP engages licensed clinicians in clinical training, case-level consultation, and post-training supports, while providing implementation training and supports to agency leaders. NC CTP also collaborates with public mental health policy leadership, 3rd party payers, and state and local System of Care professionals to increase child and family access to high-quality, cost-effective mental health assessment and treatment in communities and residential settings.
|State or Local?||State|
|Lead Agency||Center for Child and Family Health (CCFH)|
|Type of Lead Agency|
|Racial Equity Lens|
|Contact||Dana Hagele, MD, MPH|