The National Technical Assistance Center for Children's Mental Health at the Georgetown University Center for Child and Human Development is offering Training Institutes on improving services and supports for children, adolescents, and young adults with or at risk for mental health challenges and their families.
The Training Institutes will provide in-depth, practical training on innovative approaches, and how lessons learned from systems of care can guide efforts to improve service delivery in a dramatically changing environment. The Institutes are designed for a wide range of individuals, including:
State, tribal, territorial, and local policy makers, administrators, planners, leaders, and advocates
Providers, clinicians, care managers, peer support providers, health and behavioral health managed care organizations
Family members, youth, and young adults
Educators, technical assistance providers, and evaluators
Individuals from all partner child-serving agencies, such as mental health, child welfare, juvenile justice, education, substance use, primary care, early care and education, systems for transition-age youth
More information about the Training Institutes coming soon!
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