Logistic Design

Identifying resources and figuring out logistics are critical action steps for district leaders and school teams planning to implement comprehensive school-based mental health systems of care. The curated links below will help you with specific considerations and provide you with examples and templates as you think about staffing plans, timelines, budgets, administration policies and practices, and more!

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View our curated resource gallery below as you work with stakeholders around logistic design and related administration policies and practices that will support your learning community's comprehensive school-based mental health system of care.

Moving Toward Prevention: Oregon Launches Kindergarten Readiness Metric
Moving Toward Prevention: Oregon Launches Kindergarten Readiness Metric

This blog explores Oregon’s new kindergarten readiness incentive metric in its Medicaid program focused on social-emotional health to help solidify the connection between a child’s health and their success in school and beyond. Because COVID-19 has exacerbated existing health disparities, including for young children, state officials are looking for new ways to support healthy child development and advance health equity.

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Policy Example: Trauma Informed Schools
Policy Example: Trauma Informed Schools

Check out this example of a trauma-informed schools policy statement from Independence, OR Central School District. Use this example as you work with stakeholders to craft administrative supports that will guide your work and inform others about the policies and practices that are the foundation of your comprehensive school-based mental health system of care.

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State Approaches to Improve Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems
State Approaches to Improve Comprehensive School Mental Health Systems

This article developed b the National Academy for State Health Policy presents state policies that support comprehensive school-based mental health systems, with an emphasis on those launched during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Moving Toward Prevention: Oregon Launches Kindergarten Readiness Metric
Moving Toward Prevention: Oregon Launches Kindergarten Readiness Metric

This blog explores Oregon’s new kindergarten readiness incentive metric in its Medicaid program focused on social-emotional health to help solidify the connection between a child’s health and their success in school and beyond. Because COVID-19 has exacerbated existing health disparities, including for young children, state officials are looking for new ways to support healthy child development and advance health equity.

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