PROVIDERS

 Welcome!

 

On this website, we use the word "provider" to mean anyone who is providing services or supports for youth and families. This includes: local mental health providers, school and county staff,  community leaders, faith and cultural group leaders, primary care providers, after-school youth workers, foundations, policy makers, volunteers, etc! Thank you for your service to youth and families. The items listed on this page may be of particular interest to you.

Time sensitive notices are posted in red (below.)

Do you have questions about RCCMHC? Do you need ideas/resources to support a child or family? We are here to help! 

 

marika@rccmhc.org        Marika Reese, Director of Family and Community Engagement 

wendy@rccmhc.org         Wendy Goodman, Executive Director

RCCMHC offers monthly opportunities for stakeholders to learn from each other, build relationships, leverage resources, and improve cross-system communication. 

Collaborate! 

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 Partners and Member Agencies can get FREE product and services related to youth mental health and family wellbeing.

Resource Swap Store Opens Jan 2020

Resource Swap

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RCCMHC maintains a Professional Resource Library  with reports, needs assessments, journal articles, and other resources related to children's mental health

Library & Short Videos

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Visit our online Community Bulletin Board to find local or time-sensitive resources or to post your own resources. It's easy!

Bulletin Board

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Member Agencies commit to cross-system collaboration by giving funds, time, services, technologies, ideas, and expertise.

Member Agencies

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RCCMHC coordinates trainings, workshops, and community discussions as well as a Professional Training & Scholarship Fund. Training Fund Opens Jan 2020 

Training & Scholarships

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Connect your clients and families with resources for crisis, hospital, local mental health services, basic needs, a children's mental health blog and online library.

Youth & Family Resources

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RCCMHC hosts one or more Family Wellbeing Resource Fairs each year. It's one-stop-shopping at its best! Register today to host a table at our next event.

Resource Fairs

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RCCMHC offers grants to support School Linked Mental Health Services and Innovative Children's Mental Health Services. no open RFPs at this time

Request for Proposals

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Member Agencies can request funds to support non-billable family engagement and SEL related to children’s mental health.

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Non-Billable Services

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Connect your families and clients with monthly trainings, workshops, resource fairs, leadership opportunities, and wellbeing respite events.

Family Engagement

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RCCMHC produced a FREE documentary-style training film about children’s mental health and trauma. Download the film and 124-page video guide today.

Film

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We will email you about funding opportunities, upcoming trainings, resource fairs, etc!

Self Care


You can't share from an empty cup.
Fill yourself up.
Every day.

Visit the Relaxation Room

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