National Wraparound Initiative (NWI)
Since 2010, the NWI has hosted a series of webinars to support Wraparound implementation across the country. Some of the archived topics available for viewing are listed below.
To see a comprehensive list of, and supporting resources links for, all of the NWI's archived webinars, please click here.
|How to be More Outcomes-Based in Your Wraparound Practice|
|Turnover among Wraparound Care Coordinators: Rates, Causes, Impacts, and Remedies|
The National Training and Technical Assistance Center (NTTC)
NTTAC provides training and technical assistance (TA), supporting a system of care approach to improving behavioral health among children and youth. As part of that effort, NTTAC has recorded numerous webinars on topics related to system of care implementation. Click the topics below to view webinars on some of those topics.
For access to all of the archived webinars from the NTTAC, click here.
The Rural Behavioral Health LC focuses on challenges and innovations in developing SOC for children, youth, and young adults with significant behavioral health needs and their families in rural areas. This webinar focused on strategies for implementing fidelity Wraparound and systems of care in rural areas. Partner presenters from Louisiana and Texas shared their experiences from both state-level initiatives and local implementation efforts.
This webinar provided an overview of various tribal child welfare models and services, including review of the relationships between trauma, child maltreatment, and mental health. In addition, the presentation engaged in dialogue around child welfare programs and systems of care approaches.
This webinar provided an overview of the reasons for, and implications of, implementing juvenile justice into systems of care. Framed from a national, state, and local community perspective, it aimed to address why engaging the juvenile justice system is important and explore effective strategies for integrating juvenile justice into a system of care.
This Family Leaders Learning Community will equip family organization leaders to respond to issues facing youth with diverse Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/Expression (SOGIE), or Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning, Intersex, Two-Spirit (LTBTQI2-S) youth, and their families. It will focus on terminology and the diversity within and among LGBTQ+ communities, as well as information on when children and teens may begin to express gender identity questions.
This webinar recording, for LGBTQI2-S QIC Local Implementation sites, describes the AFFIRM Model. AFFIRM is an evidence-based practice model aimed at improving youth mental health outcomes by targeting identity-based stressors (e.g. homophobic and transphobic bullying, family rejection) that contribute to emotional distress among LGBTQI2-S+ young people.
This webinar announces SAMHSA's explansion of an exciting opportunity that can help communities and states to expand its system of care into a new direction. It discusses how to respond to an RFA (request for applications) to participate in the second wave of a demonstration project to expand and help sustain systems of care through partnership with the faith-based Open Table Model. This webinar is sponsored by the TA Network, inconsultation with SAMHSA, the American Institutes for Research's Center for Public/Private Partnership, and Open Table.
The Early Childhood SoC Learning Community webinar discussed the challenges, lessons learned, and systems implications for designing a strong, comprehensive early childhood system of care that includes a range of prevention and intervention services. The strategies and lessons learned by the DC Social, Emotional, and Early Development (DC SEED) Project are highlighted. DC's system of care includes a comprehensive approach, including prevention and treatment strategies.
Members of the Cultural and Linguistic Competence Team for the TA Network lead a web-based peer learning exchange, focused on aligning Wraparound values with the National Standards for Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Service (CLAS) Standards. Participants learned how to implement the CLAS Standards in Wraparound Practice and how to apply tools designed to help service providers integrate Wraparound into the individual's or family's culture.
This CLC Peer Learning Exchange webinar was designed to help administrators, service providers, and peer supporters in systems of care to implement the CLAS Standards. This webinar focused on ways to recruit and hire a diverse workforce.
This short animated video, courtesy of the National Technical Assistance Network for Children's Behavioral Health (TA Network), highlights the benefits that youth peer support provide.
In 2015, the U.S. Census Bureau recorded 2.9 million households headed by grandparents raising their grandchildren. "Grandfamilies," as they are being called, have a unique set of needs, including legal issues (custody and guardianship), navigating child-serving systems, accessing and maintaining health services for themselves and their grandchildren, and a social support network. This webinar was an opportunity to hear about this important issue, explore resources and opportunities for family-run organizations to develop programming and supports to meet this need, and listen to Jaia Lent from Generations United as she shared the latest data from the field and other available resources.