TA Coalition Webinar: Implementing Effective Systems of Care for Children, Youth and Transition-Aged Youth with or At-Risk of SED in Rural Communities
A SAMHSA sponsored webinar developed under contract by the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health, will took place Tuesday, August 6, 2019 at 3:00pm Eastern Time called Implementing Effective Systems of Care for Children, Youth, and Transition-Aged Youth with or At-Risk of SED in Rural Communities
In 2017, 4.5 percent (11.2 million) of Americans 18 years or older had an SMI, and it is estimated that 6.8 to 11.5 percent of children and youth have an SED.
Our panel discussed the challenges, successes, and lessons learned from their experiences in the implementation of effective rural Systems of Care. Discussion will include research findings related to engaging students and families in rural educational settings, cultural considerations, and strategies for engaging youth in remote communities. Presenters will offer insights and recommendations of interest to those who are currently involved in this work and for those who are contemplating the implementation of a rural System of Care. This webinar will be of interest to all audiences.
•Kurt Michaels, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, Appalachian State University
•Hannah Soundrarajan, B.S, Youth Engagement Coordinator, Minnesota System of Care
•Brenda Donaldson, M.S., Family and Youth Engagement Program Manager, Tennessee System of Care, TN Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
•Julie Smith, M.S., Child and Youth Care Coordinator, System of Care Across Tennessee (SOCAT)
•Lynda Gargan, Ph.D., Executive Director, National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health
If you have any questions please contact Kelle Masten via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 703-682-5187.
**We do not offer CEU credits however letters of attendance are offered upon request.
***Closed-captioning is available for this webinar.