Collective Impact Partners (CIPs)
The parent/caregiver and youth partners, or CIPs, bring decades of lived experience
to their participation and leadership in the Children’s Mental Health
Collective Impact Executive Council meetings and workgroups. With their insights and guidance, state agencies and other collaborating partners are
better able to recognize gaps in services, deficient programs, and
unhelpful or cumbersome policies and practices.
before each Executive Council meeting to review meeting content and goals and then reconvene after the Executive Council meetings to
discuss meeting highlights and next steps. On the months that the Executive Council does not meet, the CIPs gather for
training, sharing information, and building relationships.
Learn more about the CIPs through our brochure.
If you would like to be a CIP, please start by completing an application.
Parent Partner Application.pdf Parent Partner Online Application
Young Adult Partner Application.pdf Young Adult Partner Online Application