ITR houses a number of centers, programs and projects that improve the mental health of children and families, including:
Reducing mental health problems that serve as barriers to school and life success by improving how mental health services are delivered in schools
Supporting parenting and resilience among military families coping with the stress of deployment and reintegration
Ambit aims to improve access to high quality services for traumatized children and families in Minnesota and beyond by providing training and support in evidence-based trauma treatments and trauma- informed practices.
A lab focused on clarifying the processes—mind, brain, and environment—through which children’s experiences with their parents, teachers, and peers shape their abilities to control their impulses, purposely maintain and shift their attention, and hold and manipulate information in mind
CPPR is a national resource for applying the most advanced concepts and innovations in precision healthcare
CRF puts parent-focused interventions into action to reach underserved populations and raises awareness about the importance of parenting
The Early Risers “Skills for Success” program for children and families is recognized as an evidence-based “model program” by the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention’s National Registry of Effective Prevention Programs, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
ITR has developed a variety of resources for child welfare professionals.
The Substance Abuse and Health Lab studies predictors, and consequences, of substance use your young people
A national resource for child maltreatment research and training