NWI Named Partner in Major National Grant for Training and Technical Assistance
The NWI will join a partnership of 13 other universities and organizations in the National Training and Technical Assistance Center for Child, Youth and Family Mental Health, operated by the National Technical Assistance Network for Children’s Behavioral Health (TA Network). The TA Network will provide training and technical assistance to all states, tribes, territories, and communities with Children’s Mental Health Initiative, System of Care Expansion Implementation, and System of Care Expansion and Sustainability Cooperative Agreements, as well as to states, tribes, territories and communities without grant awards.
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TA Tidbits: Family and Youth/Young Adult Peer Support
TA Tidbits are summaries of assistance on a variety of topics presented to the NWI from the field. The first summary in this series describes the evidence for family and youth/young adult peer support. Produced by Janet Walker, Co-Director of the NWI, this TA Tidbit is now available for reading and discussion on the NWI’s "Big Ideas" interactive forum.
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New Clinical Distance Learning Series Webinar Available
The NWI is a core partner in the TA Network, which is offering access to the webinar "The Business Case for Telebehavioral Health (TBH) in Children’s Systems of Care.” This webinar was presented by John Gale, M.S. and David Lambert, Ph.D. from the University of Southern Maine. The webinar explores terminology, finance, and examples from the field in the development of (TBH) services.
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NWI Needs Your Help with an Ongoing Study!
We've been collecting and analyzing videos of Wraparound practice and we need more videos. Specifically, we are looking for videos of one-to-one interactions between a Wraparound facilitator and a young person, family member or other team member. Participants are eligible for incentives. Please contact John Ossowski for more details.
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