System of Care
A System of Care (SOC) is a group of public and private agencies who share core values that meet to assist youth and families in directing support and services to address needs.
Core Values of Systems of Care:
- Family-driven and youth-guided.
- Culturally and linguistically competent.
- How to Start a System of Care
- Review System of Care 101 and the Evolution of the System of Care Approach.
- If available, connect with a nearby System of Care.
- Connect with other community child-serving agencies.
- Share System of Care 101 with other agencies.
- Set regular meeting dates.
- Identify how families can connect with your SOC.
For more information on setting up a System of Care, please contact JJ Gossrau.
- System of Care Events
- Printable Resources
Content coming soon.
- Enhanced System of Care Resources: Early Signs and Symptoms of Psychosis
Systems of Care - Community for Early Signs and Symptoms (SOC-CESS) was a grant funded initiative designed for youth and their families. The goal was to utilize early intervention including youth and family psychoeducation, family support providers, youth peer support, clinical interventions, and to make policy changes to better work with youth at risk of psychosis.
- Additional Resources