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Improving Outcomes for Youth Involved in Multiple Systems of Care

Hosting Organization: 
Stoneleigh Foundation
Wednesday, June 22, 2022
3:00pm - 4:30pm EDT
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Join Stoneleigh and Georgetown University for the first in a series of webinars focused on the Multi-Systems Integration Pilot Program.

Systems of care have historically struggled to work in a collaborative and effective manner to meet the complex needs of youth who are involved in multiple public systems, such as child welfare, youth justice, behavioral health, and education. In Pennsylvania, a groundbreaking new program seeks to strengthen these efforts. The Multi-Systems Integration Program, currently being piloted in Delaware and Erie counties, draws upon the lessons and best practices of two national-model initiatives: the Pennsylvania Care Partnership, a service delivery approach that builds partnerships to create a broad, integrated process for meeting families’ needs, and the Crossover Youth Practice Model, an organizational approach designed to support youth who are fluctuating between the child welfare and youth justice systems.

This virtual convening will feature a presentation on the latest research on youth involved in multiple systems of care, an update on the Pennsylvania pilot project and its anticipated outcomes, and a panel discussion with cross-system leaders from Delaware and Erie counties.

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