Links and/or Resources
EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES FOR FAMILIES, YOUTH AND AGENCIES TO USE FOR CHILD AND FAMILY TEAM MEETINGS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND BEYOND
The NC Collaborative for Children, Youth and Families is a forum for sharing best practices being used in our State. It oversees and provides technical assistance around Child and Family Team training. Families, youth and agencies are using innovative strategies to promote health and safety considering the current restrictions in place with COVID-19. Child and Family Team Meetings are expected to continue to be held every 30 days and more often in crisis situations when necessary. The following should be collectively approved by families, youth, and your agencies. [Click NC Collab May 26 COVID guidelines for CFT-final to finish reading.]
Customer Service and Community Rights Team
The Customer Service and Community Rights Team works closely with the local management entities (LMEs/MCOs) to address complaints, concerns and appeals. The team is committed to addressing the needs of the Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services’ consumers and family members through timely and quality customer service. https://www.ncdhhs.gov/assistance/mental-health-substance-abuse/customer-service-and-community-rights
NC Medicaid Managed Care Update as of 7.15.19
Valuable resources to have in anticipation of upcoming Plan choices & changes & enrollment forms. Time sensitive responses are required for recipients in certain counties for open enrollment. [ For more information, download document HERE]
Suicide Prevention Resource Center
The National Suicide Prevention Resource Center is full of useful fact sheets for youth service providers and lists suicide prevention best practices.
Mental Health Information to Support Children and Teenagers
created for parents, educators, and clinicians to identify and support the needs of children and adolescents with mental health conditions.
Toolkit for Community Collaborative
The link for the data workbook within the toolkit, we will keep revising the data workbook as needed.