The goal of the youth summit is to give students a safe space where they can express their opinions freely and openly regarding a variety of topics relating to the school and the community.
The 6th Annual Mental Health and Student Services Roundtable served as an event to connect school personnel with community organizations who may be resources for students and their families. This information packet gathered together information about how best to make connections with those services.
To follow along on the map, start on the left and follow the arrows to see the different pathways someone might take as they move from their youth, through exposure to substances or development of mental health issues, to other experiences and organizations they might interface with, and finally make their way to treatment and recovery. You can see the barriers they experience on each part of the path. Solid lines represent existing pathways, red lines represent pathways that should exist but don’t, and dotted lines represent pathways that exist but are difficult with many barriers. This map represents the experiences and journeys of many people in our community in one visualization.
Click below to zoom in on different sections of the overall map.
The Tippecanoe Resilience & Recovery Network is a community collaboration to address substance use and mental health needs in our community. The community is focusing around four key areas: prevention, treatment, recovery, and law enforcement. There have been some key projects that have come out of the collaboration such as the Quick Response Team, and various collaborations on grant proposals to benefit the community. We have implemented the Strategic Doing approach to complex community collaborations in order to continue moving forward as a community to address this difficult issue.
SEPT 12TH 3:00PM-4:30PM @ RIVEBEND HOSPITAL
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