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MEDICAID-FUNDEDPEER SUPPORT SERVICESAND THE TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION OFPARENT PEER SPECIALISTSBuilding Strong Families &Resilient YouthCHIPRA Quality Demonstration GrantCare Management Entities: A Model to Improve Child Behavioral HealthOutcomesA Multi-State Collaborative of Maryland, Georgia, and WyomingAll States MeetingAtlanta, GeorgiaMarch 14-15, 2012


GEORGIA SUSTAINING THE WORKChild & Adolescent Infrastructure Grant (CASIG) –System of Care Strategic Plan for SED YOUTHin GeorgiaGoal Area # 2: Transforming to a family-driven,youth guided system which promotes familyvoice and choice and involves family leaders ingoverning, financing, planning and evaluating.Sustained & Mobilized by the InteragencyDirectors Team (IDT)


Overcoming Barriers TopTilling the Soil through Training forAgencies BottomdownChanging Heartsup Georgia Summit “Using the LivedExperience”Inclusion of “Family Allies” in curriculumdevelopment


CHIPRA FAMILY• PARENTS• YOUTH• GEORGIA FSO: GEORGIA PARENT SUPPORTNETWORK (GPSN)• DBHDD Divisons of MENTAL HEALTH andADDICTIVE DISEASE• DCH• INTERAGENCY DIRECTORS TEAM (IDT)• STAKEHOLDERS• WORKFORCE


Georgia Parent Support Network (GPSN)Supporting Parenting through EducationBusiness 101• Ethics• Health Insurance Portability andAccountability Act (HIPAA)• IRS Reporting• Insurance


DBHDD INITATIVES:CONNECTING THE WORKHTI• Serving YoungAdults & theirFamilies• Growing Services tomeet the needs ofour Transition AgeYouth/Families• Making SureGeorgiaYouth/Familiesreceive services thewhole life cycleCBAY• Access toCME Family &Youth• High FidelityWrap TrainingSUICIDEPREVENTION• Funding Adult& Youth MentalHealth FirstAid Train theTrainer forParentsAddictiveDiseaseIntegration ofTrainingInclusion ofClubhouseParents /Youth& Staff


HEALTHY TRANSI TION• Project GoalsINIATIVE (HTI)• Role of the Family Liaison• Unique Population/Unique FamilyEngagement• Cultural Competence – Young Adult vs.Parent/Grandparent• Community Collaboration


Training & Certification ofPeersGOALS• Develop a credentialed network of family and youth CertifiedPeer Specialists• Create a foundation of effective, knowledgeablefamilies/youth who are potential candidates for futurecertification.• Create forum for families/youth to identify and articulatefamily needs to be addressed by Certified Parent/Youth PeerSpecialist (CPS-PCPS-Y)*These candidates must be the Parent or Guardian of a child with aAddictive Disease, Co-occurring or Serious Emotional Disorder.


Partnership Peer BasedSupport“Using the Lived Experience”• Shared Burden• Shared Struggle• Shared History


Building Capacity for FamilyInvolvementFederationof FamiliesParent Mentors,Deptof EducationsGOALDevelop a NetworkofCredentialedCertifiedParent SupportPartners (CPS)Family NavigatorsParent SupportPartnersLegacy ParentsFamily LiaisonsFamily LeadersClubhouseFamilies


Tilling the Soilwith WorkforceFFCMHYouth/FamilyResilience &TransformingMental Health CareCMETilling the Soil withthe WorkforceUnder Construction:Evolving Roles ofParent CPSsTraining andCertification ofParent PeersAdult CPSFrameworkFOUNDATIONFamily Values andLeadership


Contact InformationDana McCraryState of GeorgiaParent & Youth Peer Specialist Coor., CHIPRAOffice of Medicaid Coordinationdamccrary@dhr.state.ga.us404-232-1427Wendy White TiegreenState of GeorgiaDepartment of Behavioral Health &Developmental DisabilitiesDeputy Chief of Staffwtiegree@dhr.state.ga.us404-463-2468Dr. Sue SmithGeorgia Parent Support NetworkStatewide Family Network1381 Metropolitan ParkwayAtlanta, Georgia. 30310Sue.Smith@gpsn.org404-242-0349Dione L. BrelandFamily Liaison, YTA Program3 Oglethorpe Professional BlvdSavannah, Ga. 31406dbreland@gatewaybhs.org912-433-4497* Based upon a framework by Fricks, Marshall, Tiegreen: 2006

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