Multi State Collaborative

multi state collaborative

Organized by mdlogix, home of the bhworks student mental health software system

 

The Multi State Collaborative was established in spring 2022 to enable those working to prevent, treat and solve youth behavioral and mental health issues to collectively share best practices across states. Participants, including presenters, are from Pennsylvania, Michigan, California, Maryland, Delaware, Kansas, and more. 

The collaborative meets every quarter (invitation only) for one hour. Please email Marjorie McKee, mdlogix VP for marketing and communications, marjoriem@mdlogix.com , to receive an invitation to the next meeting.

Recordings of the quarterly meetings will be available on this page. In between meetings, we encourage you to “Meet Me at This Spot.”

 

Multi State Online Collaborative: Meet Me at This Spot

A Private Online Active Forum for Collaborative Members

We encourage you in between meetings to “Meet Me at This Online Spot.” to gather, talk, share ideas, experiences, challenges, and information, contribute, ask questions, answer questions, and collectively push to solve youth behavioral and mental health issues in the United States. We can achieve this goal together, as disruptors and innovators.

Next Meeting: Nov. 30, 2022

Join us for the Multi State Collaborative 4th Quarter meeting!

Topic: How to Successfully Universal Screen K-12 Students

To receive an invitation with the Zoom meeting details, please email Marjorie McKee, VP of Marketing & Communications, at marjoriem@mdlogix.com

Third Quarter Meeting: Sept. 8, 2022 Topic: Mobile Crisis

Welcome and Multi State Collaborative Overview and Resources:
Marjorie McKee, VP, marketing and communications, mdlogix

 

Using Mobile Crisis Teams to Address Student Mental Health
Camden Webb, LCSW, Director of Clinical Services, Solano County Office of Education, Calif.

 

Questions/Discussion

 

Positive Outcomes and Challenges to Mobile Crisis Teams

 

Wrap Up

2nd Quarterly Meeting: May 18, 2022

Welcome and PA Student Assistance Program (SAP) Overview: Tita Atte, MPH, CPH – Director, Mental Health Screening, Center for Family Intervention Science, Drexel University and CoChair, Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BHLC) of Pa 

Summary of the Michigan 31n/ISD program: Scott Hutchins, Medicaid/Mental Health Consultant, Michigan Dept. of Education 

Behavioral Health Screen (BHS) as a common Pennsylvania screener: Guy Diamond, PhD, Director, Center for Family Intervention Science, Drexel University and BHLC of Pa CoChair 

Questions/Discussion about the BHS 
Michigan case study: Margot Lechlak, Mental Health Coordinator, Monroe County Intermediate School District (ISD) 

Questions/Discussion about Monroe

County case study 

Poll about Future

Meeting Topics & Conclusion

Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BHLC) of Pennsylvania

Our mission: For over a decade, stakeholders across Pennsylvania have been helping organizations establish and implement policies and procedures that support statewide youth suicide prevention efforts. 

This interdisciplinary team has grown to include hundreds of organizations, including healthcare providers, schools, mental health agencies, drug & alcohol agencies, Student Assistance Program liaisons, colleges, universities, and crisis responders.

We continue to strengthen and grow this network of people working towards the same goal – to prevent suicide and support the behavioral health needs of people across Pennsylvania.

Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BHLC) of Michigan

Our mission: Collaborate to reduce youth suicides and strengthen the mental health of school-aged children, adolescents, and their families in a comprehensive, statewide approach.

Through the Behavioral Health Learning Collaborative (BHLC) of Michigan, education and mental health professionals and organizations from across the state will seamlessly work together to identify and support students at risk of behavioral health issues.

Our Goals:

  • Share Best Practices and Resources
  • Host Professional Trainings
  • Engage in Public Awareness Efforts around Mental Health Issues and Resources