Tiered of Working in Silos?
Interconnected systems (school mental health and PBIS) within an MTSS framework
The Center on PBIS hosted a series of Community of Practice (CoP) sessions to bring people together in an effort to explore how a Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS) can strengthen current efforts to support increasing social-emotional-behavioral needs.
Assessing Current Status: What are the needs? How can a community of practice support you?
How Should Our Systems Adapt to Support the Changing Role of Staff in the Current Context?
Leveraging and Braiding Funding to Support Changing Role of Staff
Access is NOT Enough, Success is Defined by Impact
Creating Responsive Systems through Intentional Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Mental Health Providers
Interconnected Systems Framework Webinar Series
The Northwest MHTTC and Pacific Southwest MHTTC are excited to partner to bring you our three-part series.
The interconnected systems framework (ISF) promotes using a single system of delivery for educational and mental health supports in schools. ISF offers a solution to the challenge of meeting the needs of the whole child. Presented by Susan Barrett, MA, and facilitated by the school mental health leads of the Northwest MHTTC (Kelcey Schmitz) and the Pacific Southwest MHTTC (Leora Wolf-Prusan).
ISF enhances multi-tiered systems of support (MTSS) by integrating student mental health and wellness into the existing structures. It engages a broader range of partners, involves a wider scope of data, and expands interventions to address mental health. This webinar will be led by Susan Barrett, contributing author for the ISF Fact Sheet series, who will be joined by school district and system-based ISF practitioners from the Northwest and Pacific Southwest regions. Presenters will share their ISF implementation challenges, celebrations, and lessons learned or learning.
ISF is most transformative at the local level. This webinar details the installation process at the district, community, and school level that results in a comprehensive ISF action plan. This webinar will be led by Susan Barrett, contributing author for the ISF Fact Sheet series, who will be joined by school district and system-based ISF practitioners from the Northwest and Pacific Southwest regions. Presenters will share their ISF implementation challenges, celebrations, and lessons learned or learning.
ISF Targeted Workgroup
The purpose of ISF Targeted Workgroup is to provide opportunities for sites from around the country to learn and interact with one another as well as gain access to higher frequency technical assistance. The goals of the workgroup are to:
1) increase ISF capacity at both state and regional levels,
2) create learning examples to serve as national demonstration, and
3) test and refine ISF tools.
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