Presentation on theme: "The Role of Community Resource Mapping in the Mental Health and Schools Together-NH Initiative New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions."— Presentation transcript:
1 The Role of Community Resource Mapping in the Mental Health and Schools Together-NH Initiative New Hampshire Center for Effective Behavioral Interventions and Supports
2 Regional Collaboratives Mental Health and Schools Together-NH A Systems Approach to Improve Outcomes for All YouthCommunity-Based SystemsCommunity MentalHealth CentersSystems of CareSchool-Based SystemsFamily OrganizationsRegional CollaborativesCommunity PartnersPositive Behavioral Interventions and Supports-NHWraparound TeamsYouth and Family Systems
3 Mental Health and Schools Together-NH Fall 2006 MAST-NH grant awarded to NH CEBIS from US DOE Safe and Drug Free SchoolsExtends PBIS-NH school-based intensive services beyond school to community and interagency with emphasis on linkages to community mental health centersPrimary Prevention (MH Primer), Secondary Prevention (SSBD and Function-Based Support) and Tertiary Services and Supports (Resource Mapping, Life Space Crisis Intervention, Wraparound Training and Support)Development or expansion of Regional Collaboratives
5 Intensive Systems of Behavior Support School-Based Systems MAST-NH Muscott, Mann & Berk (2006)School-BasedSystemsMAST-NHCommunity-BasedSystemsFamily &YouthSystems
6 MAST-NH OutcomesAn increase in the number of school and mental health partners who have knowledge and skills in(1) the characteristics of mental illnesses and their effect on learning,(2) early detection and systematic screening procedures to identify students at risk for developing mental health problems,(3) procedures for making appropriate referrals to in-school supports (targeted and intensive support systems) and to community mental health agencies and wraparound facilitators(4) the availability of local mental health supports and what should be expected from referral to those supports
7 MAST-NH Outcomes (cont.) (5) crisis intervention techniques for de-escalating student behavior and procedures for accessing immediate mental health services when necessary(6) engaging families using person-centered planning and wraparound facilitation as a tool for implementing SOC, and(7) use of resource mapping strategies
8 MAST-NH Outcomes: Collaboratives MAST-NH will support the development or expansion of five regional interagency collaboratives that(1) use data-based decision making to strategically identify regional needs and assets in order to create a plan for addressing gaps and alignment of supports and services in a coordinated and integrated fashion(2) create specific protocols aimed at clarifying and communicating procedures and information between schools and mental health care providers(3) help schools, families and individual student wraparound teams address systemic barriers to accessing quality mental health care and(4) help evaluate the effectiveness of training, technical assistance and support on child and family outcomes.
10 Monadnock Interagency Collaborative Mental Health and Schools TogetherNew HampshireMonadnock Family ServicesMental Health CenterVocational RehabilitationDCYFJuvenile JusticeMonadnock Interagency CollaborativeCarolyn DeBelle,CoordinatorSchoolsDublin Consolidated (K-5)Pierce Elementary (K-4)Peterborough ElementarySouth Meadow MSConVal High SchoolDevelopmental DisabilitiesFamily VoiceYouth VoiceCommunity Agencies and Organizations
11 MAST-NH Support Systems SupportingDecisionMakingSupportingImplementationSYSTEMSDATAPRACTICESSupportingStudent Mental Health
12 Mental Health and Schools Together New Hampshire SYSTEMS Statewide Interagency Advisory BoardRegional/ Community CollaborativesMental Health andSchools TogetherNew HampshireStatewide Leadership TeamWraparoundUniversalTargetedIntensive PBISNH CEBIS at SERESCCommunity MentalHealth CentersSAUs/DistrictsJuvenile Justice
13 Mental Health and Schools Together New Hampshire Wraparound Mental Health PrimerMental Health andSchools TogetherNew HampshireSystematic ScreeningCommunityResourceMappingFunction-BasedSupportReferrals toCommunity MentalHealth CentersCrisis Response PlansLife Space CrisisInterventionPRACTICES
14 Consumer Satisfaction Process OutcomesProduct OutcomesMental Health andSchools TogetherNew HampshireDATAFeatures in Placewith FidelityProtocolsConsumer SatisfactionImprovementsin Youth and FamilyQuality of LifeData-BasedDecision Making
15 Mental Health and Schools Together New Hampshire StatewideInteragencyCollaborativeCommunity Resource MappingCommunity Resource MappingPolicyCenteredRegional/CommunityInteragencyCollaborativesCommunity Resource MappingCaseCenteredProgramCenteredCommunity Resource MappingCommunityServicesIndividualizedWraparound TeamsCommunity Resource MappingCommunity Resource MappingCommunity Resource MappingPBIS-NHSchools
16 MAST-NH Activities Associated with Community Resource Mapping Training will be provided for a cohort of 16 experienced NH System of Care and Education personnel and will include initial training in CRM followed by a mentored practice phase; followed by ongoing technical assistance.The 16 trained Resource Mapping facilitators will provide CRM facilitation in eight participating New Hampshire communities, providing such support by the end of the 18 month grant period.A comprehensive and strategically gathered assessment of need to be procured through data collection from MH agencies, schools, family support networks and other key stakeholders.
17 MAST-NH Activities Associated with Community Resource Mapping A comprehensive assessment of existing assets and resources pertaining to the critical areas of need are revealed through the needs assessment.An analysis of how needs compare with existing resources and a clear and collaborative action plan, engaging membership from the regional network of supports, to bridge existing gaps and align/coordinate supports.An action plan to include effective communication of maps of existing resources to the regional network of professional and lay individuals and organizations that support families in need of intensive supports.
18 Today’s Outcomes By end of today, participants will: Be able to describe CRM -- the outcomes, the process, and approximate timelineHave knowledge of the essential members of the core data gathering team (Collaborative or Sub-Group of Collaborative)Be able to explain how CRM will inform the work of the Community /Regional CollaborativeUnderstand the purpose and use of key CRM data collection toolsKnow how to facilitate the process of developing a data collection planUnderstand the commitments entailed in the role of a Facilitator of CRM process through MAST-NH
19 CRM: Timeline Task Target Date Conduct first meeting of the Data gathering team (the Collaborative or subgroup)Feb/March, 2007Determine data collection tool(s); develop/adapt as neededFebruary/March, 2007Complete plan for collecting data• Determine process• Identify partnersSchedule for data collectionMarch, 2007Collect dataStart in March/April, 2007Begin data analysis (assess need for further data collection)May/June, 2007Attend a face-to-face training (content emphasis: data analysis and action planning)?Data analysisComplete by November, 2007Map is completedDecember, 2007Develop an action plan for implementing the mapJanuary 2008Implement action plan (some items address progress through March 31, 2008)January – March 2008Plan for sustainabilityMarch 2008