CSAC Bulletin Article

Upcoming Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative Webinars

February 16, 2023

The Children and Youth Behavioral Health Initiative (CYBHI) recently announced two upcoming public webinars to share findings from recently released reports.

Friday, February 24, 12- 1 pm:  Youth at the Center

CYBHI will host a webinar on Friday, February 24, 12-1 pm, to share findings from the recently released report Youth at the Center.  The Youth at the Center report’s findings will be presented by The Social Changery, who wrote the report based on feedback from youth, families and communities in a series of focus groups and community engagement sessions held throughout 2022.  Attendees will hear from youth, family and community partners as part of the presentations. 

Register in advance for the Youth at the Center webinar:

Tuesday, February 28, 10– 11am:  Working Paper on California’s Children and Youth Behavioral Health Ecosystem

During the Working Paper on California’s Children and Youth Behavioral Health Ecosystem webinar on Tuesday, February 28, 10-11 am, CYBHI will share findings and recommendations about how collectively individuals can work across systems and sectors to better serve kids and create a more coordinated, equitable, youth-centered behavioral health ecosystem for children, youth and families.  The paper describes the key components and functionality needed to support that reimagined ecosystem. During this webinar Breaking Barriers and members of the multi-disciplinary working group will present the paper’s key findings to support CYBHI and partners continuing to work together in making real, practical change to transform behavioral health systems and supports to meet the needs of California’s children, youth and families.

Register in advance for the Ecosystem Working Paper webinar:

After registering for the webinar (s), you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining.

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