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1 1 MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES ACT Prevention and Early Intervention (PEI) Stakeholder Workshop Client and Family Member Orientation to the PEI Stakeholder Workshop Wednesday, April 4, :30 pm to 5:00 pm Toll Free Call-In #: Verbal Password: MHSA FFY#:

2 2 Client and Family Member Orientation Agenda 3:30 Welcome and Conference Call Purpose Review Agenda and Conference Call Process Review Dates, Times and Locations for Stakeholder Workshops Review Agenda for Stakeholder Workshops Bobbie Wunsch, Facilitator 3:40 Purpose: Framing PEI within the MHSA Carol Hood, Deputy Director, DMH 3:45 Overview of PEI Jennifer Clancy, Executive Director, MHSOAC and Emily Nahat, Chief, PEI, DMH 4:00 Outreach to Ethnic and Underserved Communities Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, MD, Ph.D., Director, UCD CRHD

3 3 Client and Family Member Orientation Agenda Cont’d 4:10 Questions and Answers 4:25 Breakout Sessions for Priority Populations: Trauma-Exposed Individuals Trauma-Exposed Individuals Children/Youth at Risk for School Failure Children/Youth at Risk for School Failure Suicide Prevention Suicide Prevention Children/Youth in Stressed Families Children/Youth in Stressed Families Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness Children/Youth at Risk of Juvenile Justice Involvement Children/Youth at Risk of Juvenile Justice Involvement 4:45 Questions and Answers 5:00Adjourn

4 4 Purpose of the Call Review the PEI Workshop Agenda Review the PEI Workshop Agenda Provide an overview of the PEI component and decisions made to date Provide an overview of the PEI component and decisions made to date Discuss breakout sessions Discuss breakout sessions Answer questions Answer questions

5 5 MHSA PEI Stakeholder Workshops and Public Hearings Riverside, CA (Mission Inn) Riverside, CA (Mission Inn) –April 12, 2007, 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm OAC Stigma and Discrimination Public Hearing –April 13, 2007, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm Prevention and Early Intervention Workshop Emeryville, CA (Hilton Garden Inn) Emeryville, CA (Hilton Garden Inn) –April 26, 2007, 9:30 am - 4:00 pm Prevention and Early Intervention Workshop –April 26, 2007, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm OAC Stigma and Discrimination Public Hearing

6 6 PEI Stakeholder Workshop Agenda Welcome, Introduction and Purpose Welcome, Introduction and Purpose –Bobbie Wunsch, Facilitator Framing PEI within the MHSA Framing PEI within the MHSA –Carol Hood, Deputy Director, DMH

7 7 PEI Stakeholder Workshop Agenda Overview of Prevention and Early Intervention Overview of Prevention and Early Intervention –Jennifer Clancy, Executive Director, MHSOAC Description of MHSOAC PEI Process Description of MHSOAC PEI Process MHSOAC PEI Policy Direction Overview MHSOAC PEI Policy Direction Overview (Adopted 1/26/07 – Description of MHSOAC Stigma and Discrimination Advisory Group Activities Description of MHSOAC Stigma and Discrimination Advisory Group Activities

8 8 PEI Stakeholder Workshop Agenda Overview of Prevention and Early Intervention Cont’d Overview of Prevention and Early Intervention Cont’d –Emily Nahat, Chief, PEI Branch, DMH Timeline for Implementation Timeline for Implementation Parallel Ethnic and TAY Stakeholder Process Parallel Ethnic and TAY Stakeholder Process Focus and Impact Focus and Impact Next Steps Next Steps

9 9 PEI Stakeholder Workshop Agenda Outreach to Ethnic and Underserved Communities Outreach to Ethnic and Underserved Communities –Sergio Aguilar-Gaxiola, MD, Ph.D., Director, UC Davis Center for Reducing Health Disparities Process Process Preliminary Results Preliminary Results How information will be shared/used How information will be shared/used Next Steps Next Steps

10 10 Client and Family Member Orientation Questions and Answers

11 11 PEI Stakeholder Workshop Breakout Sessions Breakout Sessions for Priority Populations: Breakout Sessions for Priority Populations: –Trauma-Exposed Individuals –Children/Youth at Risk for School Failure –Suicide Prevention –Children/Youth in Stressed Families –Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness –Children/Youth at Risk of Juvenile Justice Involvement

12 12 Breakout Session Questions Trauma-Exposed Individuals Trauma-Exposed Individuals 1. How can we identify and serve individuals who have been exposed to trauma? 2. What types of trauma affect members in your community?

13 13 Breakout Session Questions Children/Youth at Risk for School Failure Children/Youth at Risk for School Failure 1. What types of programs and services in your community best address the needs of children and youth who are at risk of school failure due to behavioral and emotional problems? 2. What specific improvements would you like to see in schools to better address the emotional and behavioral health of children and youth?

14 14 Breakout Session Questions Suicide Prevention Suicide Prevention 1. What types of suicide prevention activities need to be implemented statewide? 2. What types of suicide prevention activities should be implemented in your community?

15 15 Breakout Session Questions Children/Youth in Stressed Families Children/Youth in Stressed Families 1. How should we address the needs of children whose families have problems to reduce the risk of behavioral and emotional problems? 2. How can communities help to build resilience and protective factors in children/youth from stressed families, especially those who are from underserved cultural communities?

16 16 Breakout Session Questions Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness Onset of Serious Psychiatric Illness 1. What programs and services have been successful in your community to assist individuals who are experiencing onset of serious psychiatric illness, especially those individuals from underserved communities? 2. How can communities help to involve family, close friends, and other key individuals in recognizing and responding to early signs of serious mental health problems?

17 17 Breakout Session Questions Children/Youth at Risk of Juvenile Justice Involvement Children/Youth at Risk of Juvenile Justice Involvement 1. What types of programs and strategies are needed to identify and address mental health needs of children and youth before they get involved in delinquent activities? 2. What partnerships should be formed in your community to address the needs of children and youth at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system?

18 18 Client and Family Member Orientation Questions and Answers

19 19 Contact Information MHSOAC MHSOAC -Phone: (916) Fax: (916) Mail: MHSOAC 700 N. 10 th St, Suite N. 10 th St, Suite 202 Sacramento, CA Sacramento, CA Website: DMH DMH -Phone: MHSA (6472) -Fax: (916) Mail: Attn: MHSA CA Dept. of Mental Health th St., Room 250 Sacramento, CA Website:


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