Linking Systems of Care Virginia

Publications

REPORTS

Over the course of the Linking Systems of Care Project, various activities and surveys have been conducted to gain a better understanding of Virginia’s barriers and resources in order to take a strategic and informed approach to implementation and statewide rollout.

Listening Tour

In 2018, project staff facilitated listening sessions across the Commonwealth with direct service providers, youth, parents/caregivers, and others with lived experience with multiple systems to obtain input on challenges to service provision and access as well as potential solutions. The Listening Tour Report discusses how the sessions were planned and conducted and the findings and themes that emerged from them.

Stakeholder Survey

The goal of the Stakeholder Survey was to obtain information from front line service providers on current screening and assessment practices of children and youth in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Information was also collected on training associated with these screening and assessment tools and inter-agency collaboration.

Cross-Systems Mapping

Five regional cross-systems mapping events with service providers from various child-serving systems (i.e., behavioral health, child welfare, juvenile justice, etc.) were held to obtain information about current screening and assessment practices, strengths and challenges in the provision of services, and the availability of and access to resources throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Cross-Systems Mapping Report discusses how these events were planned and conducted and summarizes findings.

Organizational Assessment Survey

The Commonwealth of Virginia Organizational Assessment Survey is a tool that was developed to assess the readiness of a state agency that offers guidance to local direct service providers through legislation, policy and guidance development, and strategic planning.  The goal of the organizational assessment survey was to better understand policies and daily practices at the central office, state agencies and agency-related services and programs that influence the treatment and intervention of children, youth, and transitioning young adults within the Commonwealth.

NEWSLETTERS

The LSC Project publishes newsletters to provide constituents and other interested parties with project updates, achievements, and committee happenings. If you would like to be added to the newsletter listserv, please call the project contact.

Below are the latest newsletters available to view:

Newsletter Winter 2020

Newsletter Fall 2019

Newsletter Summer 2019

Newsletter Spring 2019

Newsletter Winter 2019

Newsletter Fall 2018

Newsletter Spring 2018

Newsletter Winter 2018

Newsletter Fall 2017

Newsletter Summer 2017

Newsletter Spring 2017

Newsletter Fall 2016

Newsletter August 2016

Newsletter July 2016

Newsletter June 2016

Newsletter May 2016

Newsletter April 2016

Newsletter March 2016

Newsletter February 2016

Newsletter January 2016