Outreach & Systems Change Subcommittee
Revised Project description:
Create an action plan to begin the process of creating a more responsive, multi-disciplinary, multi-lingual, and multi-cultural infant-family and early childhood mental health system which seeks to reduce stigma associated with seeking mental health and family strengthening support. In all phases of system development, actively seeks out and incorporates feedback from children and caregivers.
Create multi-generational family fun, trauma responsive, stress reducing, resilience building activities held in places that families go. Design these activities to be multi-lingual and multi-lingual and multi-cultural. Design these activities in partnership with children and families.
Longer Term Goal:
Facilitate professional partnerships that work together on systems change/responsive services (practitioner gatherings, etc)
Suggested Next Step:
Each pilot site design and activity and implement it by the end of June 2016 (using framework as described above)
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Work Plan (11/2015)
What? When? Who? How will we know?
Dream- about what would need to be in place.
Determine- the strengths and needs of the current system.
Design- draft a plan to address how to address the needs and respond to the dreams.
Deliver- move forward the necessary first steps of the plan.
|Complete first round of 4 D process by June 2016Ongoing
|Subcommittee with input from the 0 to 8 MHC Planning and Advisory Group (Leadership Team) for both.||Systems Change plan is createdMeeting notes
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