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Our Initiatives

Each community-level strategy consists or is comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders collaborating around a particular focus to achieve a common goal.
School Based Mental Health

School Based Mental Health Provider and Collaborative Committees

Goal: To provide Brown County students faced wi
th barriers to traditional mental health clinical care access to mental health services in their schools.
Education Development

Community Education Workgroup 

Goal: To take advantage of and enhance existing relationships between individuals and organizations to deliver mental health trainings, content, resources, and tools.

Provide non-mental health professionals with education and other resources a
bout mental health and mental healthcare access. They can then become trusted, informed, and supportive access points for mental health support and care, especially for those who are more at risk of poor mental health such as the unemployed, those unable to work, and the working poor.

Identify gaps in available services, and subsequently provide training in those identified areas of service, in order to provide mental health professionals with evidence-based educational opportunities to advance their level of skill and enhance their ability to provide premium care and meet the identified gaps of available services within our community.

Improved Access and Community Capacity

Goal: To develop “No Wrong Door” access to mental healthcare in our community; frontline staff of mental healthcare organizations are able to direct those seeking services to appropriate services beyond when they cannot accommodate a particular need in a timely manner.

Trainee Opportunities Workgroup

Goal: To develop a robust homegrown workforce of employment-ready mental health counselors to increase the community’s capacity for providing mental health services to those in need. By working together, we will alleviate the backlog of graduated clinical students seeking their final training requirements, in turn leading to more trained providers in the community.

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