NTTAC offers an array of learning events at no cost to participants, including mental health professionals, primary care providers, peers, educators, systems leaders, and other youth-serving professionals.
May 11 • May 25 • June 8 • June 22 • July 6 • July 20
Building Bridges of Hope through Trauma-Informed Caregiver-School Partnerships: Supporting Children and Youth with High Emotional and Behavioral Health Needs
A two-part intensive learning Institute and accompanying Community of Practice for Institute participants
Supporting children and youth with high emotional and behavioral needs is often lonely, overwhelming, complex, and not well-understood.
Join us as we listen and learn from family advocates and colleagues in the field to deepen our practice, student-center our services, and make this work less lonely and more connected.
Important Roles for Fathers, Grandfathers, and Father Figures in Families, Programs and Systems
This webinar will cover multigenerational approaches to systems change grounded in the assumption that the health of young children depends on the health of caregivers—including custodial and non-custodial fathers and father figures, grandparents, and other kinship caregivers.
May 20 • May 27 • June 3 • June 10
Community of Practice (CoP) on Engaging Fathers and Father Figures in Early Childhood Systems of Care
Join us for a Community of Practice to listen to what fathers and grandfathers have learned in their advocacy journeys on behalf of their young children with or potentially with social-emotional and behavioral health needs.
May 20 • July 15 • September 16
Peer Networking for System of Care Project Directors
Are you new to the System of Care approach and looking to connect with experienced peers? Are you a seasoned Project Director looking to reenergize your work? NTTAC’s Peer Networking for Project Directors group can help connect you with others engaged in similar work to share ideas, strategize solutions to common issues, and provide support during challenging times.
Principles and Prerequisites of Partnering with Families
Family members as full and equitable partners in all aspects of care is the “secret sauce” for developing an effective and sustainable system of care for children, youth, and young adults with behavioral health needs.
May 26 • June 30 • July 28 • August 25
Peer Networking for Family Leaders who Foster and Support Family Engagement
Are you a family leader with lived experience as a primary caregiver of a child, youth, or young adult with mental health or substance use need? Are you working in a role that fosters and supports family engagement in agency practice and policy decisions? The Family Exchange is a peer networking group to share experiences, innovative and effective practices, skills and knowledge, solution to barriers and challenges, and key information supporting your role as a family leader.
May 27 • July 22 • September 23 • November 18
Youth-Run Programs Office Hours
This Office Hours series offers a virtual learning space for those who are working in and leading youth-run programs and organizations to come together. This space is perfect for leaders of Youth MOVE chapters and other youth-run programs that engage youth with lived mental health experience in change-making.
May 28 • June 25 • July 23 • August 27
Fostering Equity in Community Wellness and Peer Support Programs Affinity Groups
Continue the conversation!
Are you a leader in community wellness or peer support services for youth, young adults, or families? Maybe you’re interested in sharing and learning new strategies for fostering equity within your community, organization and services?
Join us for six (6) interactive, innovative, and authentic conversation sessions on creating equity for the communities we serve.
June 24 • August 26 • October 28 • December 16
Youth Coordinator Office Hours
A virtual space for those leading and coordinating youth engagement efforts in System of Care (SOC) and Healthy Transitions (HT) grant communities, including, but not limited to: Youth Engagement Specialists and Youth Coordinators, Youth Program Managers, and Youth Peers.
COMING THIS AUGUST
School Mental Health Policy Collaboration
A four-part learning series for Project AWARE Leadership (past and present)
Join us for a virtual learning series that focuses on policy development as a tool to advance the goals of Project AWARE initiatives. This is an opportunity for both AWARE grantees and those who can benefit from the learnings of this initiative.
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