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To significantly increase access to behavioral health supports through schools as measured by:
Promoting the development of behavioral health clubs in schools and colleges.
1. Recruit 5-10 youth, families, and community partners to work on the project.
2. Identify five (5) schools in the region that do not currently have an operational behavioral health club.
3. Develop social marketing plans for each identified student body.
Progress: In Progress
Promote training opportunities for system partners working in educational settings that reflect the priorities of youth and family members.
Identify five (5) training topics or opportunities per calendar year, based on feedback from youth and families, to promote to community partners.
Target Date: 12/31/23
By family-driven, we mean families have a primary decision-making role in the care of their own children as well as the policies and procedures governing care for all children in their community, state, tribe, territory, and nation.
By youth-guided, we mean young people have the right to be empowered, educated, and given a decision-making role in the care of their own lives as well as the policies and procedures governing care for all youth in the community, state, tribe, territory, and nation.