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Health Reform: Implications and Opportunities for Children's Behavioral Health Care


INSTITUTE #1: How to Build a Statewide System of Care

INSTITUTE #2: Sustaining and Expanding a Trauma-Informed System: From Theory and Practice to Action

INSTITUTE #3: Care Management Entities: Improving the Quality and Cost of Care in the Context of Health Reform

INSTITUTE #4: Through the Looking Glass: Implementing Wraparound Practice Through the Lens of Implementation Science

INSTITUTE #5: Adopting and Sustaining Evidence-Based Practices: Implementation Matters

INSTITUTE #6: Youth Suicide Prevention: Implementing Evidence-Based and Effective Approaches in Communities

INSTITUTE #7: Parent Management Training – Oregon Model (PMTO): Empowering Parents as Their Children’s Change Agents

INSTITUTE #8: The RENEW Model: An Evidence-Informed Intervention for Youth and Young Adults of Transition Age

INSTITUTE #9: Strategies for a Family-Driven, Youth-Guided Approach in Policy and Practice

INSTITUTE #10: Resiliency for ALL Youth and Families: Leveling the Playing Field

INSTITUTE #11: Ensuring Language Access in Your Organization

INSTITUTE #12: Partnerships Between Education and Behavioral Health: Implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) and Wraparound in Schools

INSTITUTE #13: Juvenile Justice Reform: Partnering to Create Innovative Community Services

INSTITUTE #14: How to Use Data Dashboards to Improve Policy, Program, and Practice

INSTITUTE #15: How to Improve the Outcomes of Evidence-Based Treatments Using the Contextualized Feedback System

INSTITUTE #16: Sustainable Financing Strategies for Early Childhood Mental Health Services

INSTITUTE #17: Operationalizing a System of  Care: A Curriculum and Toolkit

INSTITUTE #18: Integrating Digital Media Strategies into Social Marketing

INSTITUTE #19: Evidence-Based Tools and Techniques for Assessment and Treatment

INSTITUTE #20: The Use of Psychotropic Medications for Children and Adolescents in Community-Based Child-serving Agencies

INSTITUTE #21: Child FIRST: Early Childhood Mental Health Home Visiting Within a System of Care

INSTITUTE #22: Improving Services and Supports for Youth Who Are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, 2-Spirit (LGBTQI2-S) and Their Families

INSTITUTE #23: Serving Youth with Co-Occurring Substance Use and Mental Health Challenges

INSTITUTE #24: Home-Based Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT): Implementing an Evidence-Based Treatment Within a System of Care

INSTITUTE #25: A Curriculum for Family-to-Family Peer Support Based on System of Care Values

INSTITUTE #26: Can You Hear Me Now? Effective Strategies for Youth Involvement

INSTITUTE #27: Using Cultural Dialogues to Promote Culturally Competent Practice

INSTITUTE #28: Cross-System Collaboration to Improve Outcomes: Partnering with Education

INSTITUTE #29: Creating Trauma-Informed Child Welfare Systems: Bridging the Gap Between Child Welfare and Mental Health

INSTITUTE #30: An Information Management Strategy for Child-Serving Systems: The Total Clinical Outcomes Management (TCOM) Approach



WORKSHOP #1:Building Systems of Care During Budget Shortfalls: Serving More Youth with the Same or Less Money

WORKSHOP #2: Building and Sustaining Cross-System Training Programs

WORKSHOP #3: Short-Term Stabilization in Inpatient Psychiatric Settings: A Necessary Component of Systems of Care

WORKSHOP #4: Beyond the Uniform: Serving Military Families in Systems of Care

WORKSHOP #5: Youth Support Partners: Peer Support for Better Outcomes

WORKSHOP #6: How to Implement Cross-System Behavioral Support Services in High-Need Schools

WORKSHOP #7: Wraparound in the Faith Community: The Open Table Model

WORKSHOP #8: Innovative Financing Strategies for Systems of Care: Creating a County Children’s Service Fund

WORKSHOP #9: Persuasive Storytelling: Discovering the Power of Your Personal Story

WORKSHOP #10: A Parent-Implemented Treatment Model for Families of Preschool Children with Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Challenges

WORKSHOP #11: Partnerships Among Youth, Families, and Clinicians: Shared Decision Making for Medication Management

WORKSHOP #12: A Culturally Competent Approach for Family Involvement in Systems of Care: Family Roundtables

WORKSHOP #13: START: Integrating Substance Use Treatment and Family Preservation Services

WORKSHOP #14: Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI) Methodologies to Improve Outcomes

WORKSHOP #15: Using a Collaborative Training and Technical Assistance Framework to Expand the System of Care Approach

WORKSHOP #16: Risky Business: Doing Business with Nonprofit Family and Consumer Organizations

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WORKSHOP #17: An Innovative Approach to Residential Treatment: Shorter Stays, Better Outcomes

WORKSHOP #18: Preparing Youth and Young Adults Who Have Experienced Trauma to be Advocates for System Change

WORKSHOP #19: Our World, Our Words: Youth Perspectives on Cultural and Sexual Identity

WORKSHOP #20: Integrating a System of Care Approach into Pediatric Medical Homes

WORKSHOP #21: Developing a Web-Based Data System for Family Support Programs: Challenges and Opportunities

WORKSHOP #22: Using Video Conferencing Technology in Systems of Care

WORKSHOP #23: Implementing, Sustaining, and Expanding the Wraparound Approach

WORKSHOP #24: Missing Link: A Dad

WORKSHOP #25: Integrating Cultural and Linguistic Competence and Family and Youth Involvement Through Social Marketing

WORKSHOP #26: Designing Gender-Responsive Programs for Girls: A Prevention Strategy in Juvenile Justice

WORKSHOP #27: Family Strengthening Interventions for Children and Families Involved in Multiple Systems

WORKSHOP #28: Using the Ohio Scales for Assessment and Outcome Measurement in Systems of Care



Native American Services Track Institute #1: Leading Systems Change: Working Together to Protect Children and Strengthen Families

Native American Services Track Institute #2: Healing Our Children, Hearing Their Stories

Native American Services Track Institute #3: Culturally Appropriate Community-Based Participatory Research Methods with an Engaged Urban American Indian/Alaska Native Community

Native American Services Track Workshop #1: Struggles and Successes with Urban Indian/Reservation Youth Engagement: Strategies for Overcoming Obstacles

Native American Services Track Workshop #2: Strategies for Improving Access to Services for Native Children and Families



The Trevor Project: Innovations in Youth Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention.


Targeted Institute #1: Operationalizing a System of Care: Strategies for Serving High-Risk Children and Youth

Targeted Institute #2: Building Systems of Care: A Primer

Targeted Institute #3: Strategies for Expanding the Systems of Care Approach

Targeted Institute #4: Health Reform and Children’s Behavioral Health Services

  • General Info and State Profiles
  • Health Exchanges
  • Medicaid 1915(i)

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  • Money Follows the Person

Targeted Institute #5: Core Competencies for the Children’s Behavioral Health Workforce: Setting High Standards

Targeted Institute #6: Social Marketing: Strategies for Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day

Targeted Institute #7: Implementing a Public Health Approach to Children’s Mental Health

Targeted Institute #8: Using Education and Advocacy Tools for System Reform: Lessons from the Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility Medicaid Waiver

Targeted Institute #9: Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Systems of Care: Confronting Issues… Creating Solutions

Targeted Institute #10: Implementing Peer Supports for Families: Core Competencies, Training, and Support

Targeted Institute #11: Measuring the Outcomes of Family-to-Family Peer Support: How to Use the Family Journey Assessment

Targeted Institute #12: Creating Effective Youth-Adult Partnerships

Targeted Institute #13: Keeping Wrap on Track: Tools for Successful Wraparound Implementation

Targeted Institute #14: The Child and Adolescent Service Intensity Instrument (CASII): A Tool for Child and Family Teams

Targeted Institute #15: Providing Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation

Targeted Institute #16: Employment Solutions for Youth with Mental Health Challenges: Making it Work

Targeted Institute #17: Serving Youth with Co-Occurring Developmental Disabilities and Mental Health Challenges: Strategies for Managing Aggressive Behavior

Targeted Institute #19: Implementing Mental Health First Aid in Systems of Care

Targeted Institute #20: A Collaborative Approach to Promoting Social-Emotional Well-Being for Children, Youth, and Families in the Child Welfare System

Targeted Institute #21: Data-Informed Decision Making: Strategies to Engage Community Partners in Evaluation

Targeted Institute #22:Youth MOVE: Strategies for Chapter Development

Targeted Institute #23: Theory Driven Evaluation: Quality Improvement and System Sustainability



Youth Leadership Track #2: Youth Leadership Academy: Be a Community Leader

Youth Leadership Track #3: Online and Running: Utilizing Content Management to Strengthen Your Social Media Strategy

Youth Leadership Track #4: Stick it to the Shrink

Youth Leadership Track #5: Digital Story Telling

Youth Leadership Track #6: Leadership 101: Youth Voice, Leadership, Empowerment, and Advocacy

Youth Leadership Track #7: Trauma: A Youth Perspective

Youth Leadership Track #8: MY LIFE: Youth are Agents of Change

Youth Leadership Track #9: Taking the Lead: Using the Youth Guide to Treatment and Treatment Planning

Youth Leadership Track #10: How to  Engage Youth Leaders as System Reformers

Youth Leadership Track #11: Unleash Your Potential…..Get AMP'D

Youth Leadership Track #12: The Spoken Word


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