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MH2™ – Mobile Health for Mental Health

MH2_2Mobile Health for Mental Health, MH2™, is a web-based application that optimizes early stimulant medication treatment for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) through improving communication between the parent, teacher, and prescriber.  Pilot-testing is underway at Augustus Hawkins, a community mental health clinic that serves predominantly low-income children and families in South Central Los Angeles and San Fernando Child and Family Guidance Center.

Funding: UCLA Translational Seed Grant; UCLA Council on Research and the Faculty Grants Program; Behavioral Health Centers of Excellence for California (SB852); Code for the Mission Service Track: Focusing on Wellness in the Community; UCLA Offices of Information Technology and Intellectual Property; American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Pilot Award for Attention Disorders

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