At the last CMHC Governance Committee, Cindy Slowiak & Audrey Flack of Hennepin County Human Services-Behavioral Health presented an update on the work their area is both planning and doing related to system of care (SoC) implementation. Thank you to those that attended and are interested/engaging in this work!

At the last CMHC Governance Committee, Cindy Slowiak & Audrey Flack of Hennepin County Human Services-Behavioral Health presented an update on the work their area is both planning and doing related to system of care (SoC) implementation. Thank you to those that attended and are interested/engaging in this work!

In February 2020, Hennepin County Human Services sponsored a two-day event to introduce our community to systems of care. It had been their hope that this event would be the catalyst for continued work in building our local children’s mental health system of care. Unfortunately, COVID-19 hit a couple of weeks later, and our collective attention got diverted in other directions.

We’re very excited to send our first update from our new Mailchimp account! This will make communicating with you all much easier. If you found this email in your junk mailbox, please make sure you mark it not spam as this is how we’ll be communicating updates moving forward. Please see below for the updates we have.

The mission of the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (CMHC) is to provide a forum for a diverse and representative group of system stakeholders to influence the development and ongoing operation of an accessible and effective children’s mental health service system within Hennepin County.

The mission of the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (CMHC) is to provide a forum for a diverse and representative group of system stakeholders to influence the development and ongoing operation of an accessible and effective children’s mental health service system within Hennepin County.

The mission of the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (CMHC) is to provide a forum for a diverse and representative group of system stakeholders to influence the development and ongoing operation of an accessible and effective children’s mental health service system within Hennepin County.

The mission of the Hennepin County Children’s Mental Health Collaborative (CMHC) is to provide a forum for a diverse and representative group of system stakeholders to influence the development and ongoing operation of an accessible and effective children’s mental health service system within Hennepin County.

DHS responded on April 21, 2020. The CMHC Coordinators have added additional references/information to compliment what has been shared by these agencies. Please take the time to read through.

The Federal Communications Commission announced that its Wireline Competition Bureau will begin accepting applications for $200 million in funding through the COVID-19 Telehealth Program beginning on Monday, April 13, 2020 at 11:00 AM Central Time.