The Collective Impact Council is a large and broad group of children’s mental health advocates who want to be aware of, and engaged with, children’s mental health initiatives and activities across the state. Towards this end, meetings are structured to provide information on children’s mental health topics and initiatives, challenge attendees to take information back to their organizations, and provide networking opportunities. The council meets virtually on a quarterly basis – the first Friday of February, May, April, and November from 10 am-12 pm.
Membership includes a wide range of stakeholders including lived experience leaders, state department representatives, mental health advocacy organizations, healthcare provider associations, healthcare systems, mental health professionals, mental health provider organizations, youth-serving organizations, educators, school mental health program representatives, and more.
We welcome you to join this effort for increased collaboration and coordination. For more information about the Children's Mental Health Collective Impact work, please contact us at OCMH@wisconsin.gov.