New Levels of Work Together for School-Wide PBIS and School Mental Health. Mark D. Weist, Ph.D. Center for School Mental Health University of Maryland 10.8.09.
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Mark D. Weist, Ph.D.
Center for School Mental Health
University of Maryland
Center for School Mental Health* Mental HealthUniversity of Maryland School of Medicinehttp://csmh.umaryland.edu*Supported by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of HRSA and numerous Maryland agencies
Strong stakeholder involvement and a shared family-school-community system agenda
Full continuum of effective supports and services for all students in general and special education
The right staff with the right training, supervision, coaching and support
Emphasis on quality assessment and improvement and evidence-based practice
Strong focus on achieving valued outcomes
Outcome findings feed back into program improvement and into policy and advocacy agendas
Hawaii Mental Health
1996 Baltimore Mental Health
1997 New Orleans
1998 Virginia Beach
2003 Portland, OR
* Launch of National CommunityCSMH Annual Conferences
14thAnnual Conference on Advancing School Mental Health. Minneapolis, November 1-4
Sunday evening – Community Share Fare
Monday – Community Meetings/Intensive Training
Tuesday, Wednesday – Conference Program
See http://csmh.umaryland.edu, www.sharedwork.org or call 410-706-0980