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Florida Association for Infant Mental Health Strategic Planning Update May 2008. Many Systemic Changes & Challenges since 2000. Ever Expanding Research. Develop a system to prevent children birth to age 5 from developing emotional and behavioral disorders.

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Develop a system to prevent children birth to age 5 from developing emotional and behavioral disorders.
b uilding systems of care
Building Systems of Care
  • Hillsborough
  • Sarasota
  • Broward
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Systems of Care
  • Expanded IMH for risks, delays….
  • Coordinated screening….
  • Evidence based
  • Training at all 3 levels
  • Funding
  • Public Awareness of IMH
quality childcare initiatives
Quality Childcare Initiatives
  • Palm Beach
  • Miami
  • Tampa
  • Tallahassee
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Improve and expand mental health services for children under age 5 with risks, delays or disabilities.
mental health consultation
Mental Health Consultation
  • DJJ
  • Child Welfare
  • Child Care
  • Substance Abuse
  • Military Families
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IMH in Child WelfareChildren’s Home SocietyDevelopmental specialist & IMH therapist embedded in child welfare unit
imh consultation in child care
IMH Consultation in Child Care
  • Areas include:
    • Miami
    • Jacksonville
    • Tampa
    • Pensacola
    • Sarasota
    • Tallahassee
  • Statewide meeting to learn promising practices
imh in substance abuse
IMH in Substance Abuse
  • Residential mom/ baby programs
  • Stephanie Colston
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Develop a coordinated system to screen and assess mental health needs for children birth to age 5.
imh in doh
IMH in DOH
  • Training on:
  • Bright Futures
  • ASQ-SE
  • Maternal Depression
  • Screening
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Hot DocsTraining med students to address the developmental & social emotional needs of young children

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Develop and implement evidence-based mental health treatment and intervention for children birth to age 5.
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Build a training infrastructure for infant mental health in Florida including Level 1 front-line caregivers, Level 2 early interventionists, and Level 3 infant mental health therapists.
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Secure funding for training and mental health services for children birth to age 5 and their families.
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Develop social marketing campaigns to raise the public awareness of the mental health needs of children birth to age 5 and the consequences of poor social-emotional development.
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Develop public policies that support prevention and treatment of mental health disorders for children birth to age 5.
capta 108 36 child abuse prevention treatment adoption reform 2003
CAPTA: 108-36 (Child Abuse Prevention & Treatment & Adoption Reform) 2003
  • Requires states to have procedures for referral of children under 3 involved in substantiated case of child abuse or neglect to early intervention services
florida docs for tots
Florida Docs for Tots

Recruiting doctors to help policymakers understand the needs of young children.

medicaid policies to support early childhood mental health
Medicaid Policies to Support Early Childhood Mental Health
  • DC:0-3 Training
  • Managed Care Plans
  • Clarified IMH benefit coverage
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Our Vision is that one day all children will be emotionally healthy, equipped to learn, and nurtured to develop their full potential.
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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it\'s the only thing that ever has.-Margaret Mead

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