Register now for the Durham Collaborative Framework webinar!

Join the next webinar in the Interventions in Practice webinar series:

Durham Collaborative Framework Webinar: A Journey Towards Community Ownership and Sustainable Collaboration

Date: Monday, September 19, 2016
Time: 1 pm – 2 pm (EDT)

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Webinar participants will:

  • Learn how the Durham community reached the shared goal of developing a collaborative planning process for youth and families that embraced the principles of holistic care, strength-based planning, youth involvement and equity.
  • Hear how the principles of early and frequent service provider, youth and family engagement, co-development, train-the-trainer, shared oversight and organizational champions allowed for a more community owned implementation process and robust sustainability plan.
  • Hear from Durham Region leaders the lessons learned about implementing and sustaining a collaborative planning process; the challenges, the successes, the impacts and planning for the future in an ever-changing service landscape.

Target audience:

  • Agencies and partners supporting youth and families with mental health and/or addiction needs
  • Mental health and addiction agencies, and those looking to develop multi-sector collaborative planning processes
  • Stakeholders and partners with an interest in the Systems Improvement through Service Collaboratives (SISC) initiative.

The presenters

  • Cherie Banbury, Co-Chair of the DCFW Network of Champions, Assistant Probation Manager Youth Justice Services East Region
  • Jill Davidson, Co-Chair of the DCFW Network of Champions, Clinical Supervisor Frontenac Youth Services
  • Jonathan Berges, Regional Implementation Coach, Provincial System Support Program, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

This is the third webinar in the "Interventions in Practice" webinar series, highlighting evidence-informed interventions implemented as part of the Systems Improvement through Service Collaboratives initiative.

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