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System-level social-emotional health metric: technical assistance

As of January 2022, CCOs have a new incentive measure to support health aspects of kindergarten readiness: system-level social-emotional health. This metric focuses on identifying and connecting young children with social emotional health needs to services. The four components to this measure are:

  1. Social-emotional health reach metric data review and assessment
  2. Asset map of existing social-emotional health services and resources
  3. CCO-led cross-sector community engagement
  4. Action plan to improve social-emotional health service capacity and access

Specifications and guidance

Technical assistance

  • System-level social-emotional health metric virtual learning collaborative series - The Transformation Center has brought on consultants to facilitate a virtual learning collaborative to support the CCO system-level social-emotional health metric. The learning collaborative will meet monthly from May 2022 to June 2023. Register for the first session to stay informed about the agenda and future session topics.
  • Webinar recording (1/25/22) – How to use the asset map template
  • Webinar recording (2/15/22) – Behavioral health services for children, infant to five years

CCO needs assessment calls

The Transformation Center will be providing technical assistance to support CCOs in meeting this measure. As a starting point, we held two needs assessment calls with CCO staff:

Metric background

Contact

Bhagavati (Adrienne Mullock): Adrienne.P.Mullock@dhsoha.state.or.us
Technical questions about the metric: Metrics.Questions@dhsoha.state.or.us