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Learning Opportunities for Local Systems of Care

Resources to Support Local System of Care Structures

To learn more, use the contacts listed below or email

Learning Spaces

Hosted by the System of Care Advisory Council (SOCAC), Oregon Family Support Network (OFSN), Youth ERA and Oregon Health Authority (OHA):

​The collaborative:

  • Facilitates learning and sharing across a broad series of System of Care topics.
  • Welcomes anyone and everyone working in or interested in System of Care work.  

The collaborative meets the second Tuesday of every month from 3 to 4:30 p.m.  

Join the Zoom meeting, or

  • One tap mobile: +16692545252,1602027419# US
  • Meeting ​ID: 160 202 7419 
  • Passcode: 031325

View recordings of past learning collaboratives.​

​Each office hour is an open, informal space for local System of Care Coordinators to share questions and ideas.

Technical Assistance

SOCAC and OHA offer free technical assistance to regional and Tribal Systems of Care in Oregon.

  • Local Systems of Care define the type and depth of support based on their specific need.
  • Assistance can include consultation, observation, conversation, coaching and other training. 

For best results engage both Trauma Informed Oregon and University of Connecticut. This will help ensure your system transformation strategies center equity.

Trauma Informed Oregon can help local Systems of Care understand how to:

  • Incorporate trauma-informed and anti-racist practices and policies within the system of care.
  • Interrupt racism and implicit bias.
  • Apply racial equity tools.
  • Safely center youth and family voice.
  • Interrupt traumatization/re-traumatization.
  • Respond to hurtful or harmful events. 

To learn more, email Mandy Davis ( or Steffanie Roache (

The institute conducts regional system reform with the support of national System of Care experts.  Technical assistance includes:

  • Robust assessment of your local system.
  • Prioritization of indicators needed for system change.
  • Identification of areas for improvement in care pathways.

Your regional effort will also help inform statewide quality improvement.

To learn more, email Denise Sulzbach ( and Kim Estep (