Integrated Youth Services: People, Pathways and Processes

March 28, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
613-722-6521 x 6625

Integrated youth services (IYS) often provide a “one-stop-shop” for mental health, physical health, substance use and addictions, education, vocational supports, housing, and other social services.

In this third part of an ongoing series on Frayme’s IYS scan, presenters will be highlighting findings regarding clinical and administrative principles and processes required to deliver effective IYS.

Over the course of the webinar, they will share aggregated information related to types of services and interventions available, principles and processes of care coordination and service integration, types of service providers employed and their training needs, as well as subpopulations served and eligibility criteria for youth accessing IYS.

Be sure to stick around after the discussion for a chance to engage with the speakers and ask any questions you may have regarding IYS and/or Frayme’s IYS scan.

This webinar will allow participants to:

  • Discover services and interventions available at various integrated youth services (IYS)
  • Understand how services and interventions are coordinated and delivered at IYS
  • Explore clinical and administrative human resource allocations, training needs, and team interactions and collaboration at IYS
  • Understand age ranges and types of subpopulations served at IYS

Who should attend:
All stakeholders involved in child and youth mental health, including:

  • Managers, directors, and program leads of youth services
  • Service providers
  • Policy makers
  • Researchers
  • Youth advocates
  • Family advocates

This webinar is hosted by Frayme.

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