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Education: An Essential Component of Systems of Care

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Welcome to the work of the Education: An Essential Component of Systems of Care Practice Group! We hope that you will engage with us as we bring together families, youth,  mental health, school, juvenile justice, child protection, juvenile justice and school partners to identify persistent challenges, new opportunities and effective practices that improve youth outcomes at home, at school, and in the community.

We are excited about this "new" SharedWork website and urge you to join this practice group (see box on right side of page) and join the effort.  Please consider participating in a discussion, submitting documents that you find to be important and helpful, and responding to the opportunities that will be announced on this site.

Thank you and, welcome!

Practice Group Facilitators:

Patti Derr - Texas Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health

Joan Dodge - National Technical Assistance Center, Georgetown University

Debra Grabill - IDEA Partnership at NASDSE

Sandy Keenan - TA Partnership, American Institutes for Research

Ed Morris - University of Missouri

Joyce Sebian - National Technical Assistance Center, Georgetown University

Recent Announcements

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2010 Rural Behavioral Health Symposium:
Posted on Tuesday 29th June 2010, 7:48pm by Joyce Sebian
2010 Rural Behavioral Health Symposium:
Practical Strategies to Address the Behavioral Health
Needs of Children and Families in Rural America

Renaissance Glendale Hotel

Register NOW

http://gucchdtacenter.georgetown.edu/Activities/Rural_BH_Symposium_2010.html


Submit an online proposal
to present a workshop during the Rural Behavioral Health Symposium

This two-and-a-half day symposium will focus on practical strategies that build upon the innovations and strengths of rural communities and address the behavioral health needs of their children and families.

For more information: Email: RuralSymposium2010@yahoo.com ;
Phone: 202- 687-5000
Register NOW! The Georgetown Training Institutes are scheduled for July 14-18, 2010 in Washington, DC, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
Posted on Tuesday 29th June 2010, 7:42pm by Joyce Sebian
Georgetown Training Institutes: July 14-18, 2010, Washington DC

Schedule – The biennial Training Institutes are scheduled for July 14-18, 2010 in Washington, DC, at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center. The Training Institutes offer an opportunity to obtain in-depth, practical information on how to develop and operate community-based systems of care and how to provide high-quality, effective clinical interventions, services and supports within a system of care framework. The agenda is on-line now.

Registration – Please visit our website to register for the Training Institutes at http://gucchd.georgetown.edu under 2010 Training Institutes.

Training Institutes Logistics – Detailed information about logistical arrangements for the Training Institutes can be found on our website at http://gucch.georgetown.edu, under 2010 Training Institutes. Please follow the instructions to make your air travel, hotel, and other necessary arrangements. There are still rooms available at the hotel.

We look forward to seeing you in July!

Welcome and Workscope Information Awaits You!
Posted on Tuesday 15th December 2009, 2:53pm by Debra Grabill
Please visit the Education: An Essential Component of Systems of Care Practice Group page. Once there, in the box on the right side of the page, under "Files", you will see, "View files by folder". Select this and then select the folder, "Welcome and Workscope 2009-2010". Information about the work ahead awaits you!

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