Early Psychosis Peer Meeting
Date: August 22-24, 2018
Location: Portland, OR
Description: Early Psychosis Intervention is a high priority nationally and for many SOC grantees. Successful implementation requires specialized knowledge, coordination across adult and child systems, and consistent leadership. This peer meeting will provide the opportunity for selected teams of state and local decision makers to learn from national experts about effective implementation strategies, current core practices and philosophies, how programs function on the ground; and from one another about strategies grantees are considering or implementing in their own states/counties. The meeting will include individual team planning time facilitated by national experts in the field.
Click each of the headings below to access links or PDF files pertaining to those topics. For a downloadable listing of all resources, click here: 2018 Early Psychosis Peer Meeting Resource List
|Online Tutorial: Facilitating Meaningful Engagement of Young People and Their Families in Early Intervention Programs|
|Policy Brief: Coordinated Specialty Care (Why Specialty Early Intervention Programs are a Smart Investment)|
|Using the 5% MHBG Set-Aside to Support Programming for First Episode Psychosis: Activities and Lessons Learned from the State of Ohio|