Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health
2018 Annual Report
The fifth annual report from the Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health includes updated information about Wisconsin child well-being indicators and trends.
The Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health's 2018
48 Child Well-Being Indicators provide data on resilience, risk and youth outcomes.
Learn about the importance of
Collective Impact Partners (CIPS). These parent/caregiver and youth partners, or CIPs, bring decades of lived experience to their participation and leadership at OCMH.
Wisconsin Children's Mental Health Collective Impact is an innovative and structured approach to systems change. The process brings together a wide variety of stakeholders who use data to identify root causes of a problem and then design strategies to bring increased well-being to Wisconsin's children and families.
Wisconsin Children's Mental Health Collective Impact