This five-part video series offers tips on sustaining a youth program, including startup, brainstorming, engagement, funding, and partnership.
Funding & Financing
Sample finance plan and evaluation report for a System of Care. This project is designed to address the needs of young children across jurisdictions and to develop a seamless SOC that includes a coordinated, accessible array of effective home- and community-based services that are culturally and linguistically responsive and individualized to the strengths and needs of Southern Maryland families.
This set of four issue briefs highlights the lessons learned and implications for the mental health field from the first funded sites of the Healthy Transitions Initiative. The items explored in these briefs remain relevant today for anyone working to bridge youth and adult mental health and resiliency services.
This research brief is a 2019 point-in-time review of states that are using Medicaid to finance family and/or youth peer support and is intended for use by multiple stakeholders engaged in the design, financing, implementation, and/or expansion of behavioral health services for children and families, including state and local family- and youth-run organizations, state Medicaid and other public child-serving agencies, Medicaid managed care organizations, providers, and other stakeholders.
This summary brief can provide and guide administrators and policy makers through cost implications for considering investing in a System of Care approach. It includes examples of cost savings measures at both the state and local levels.