Tag Archives: Systems Transformation

Nebraska: Advancing Progress in the Entire State System

We were very excited to spend the week of March 2 in Nebraska, providing consultation, training and technical assistance in each of the regions. Ken visited Region 1 in Scottsbluff, in the far western part of the state, Region 2 … Continue reading

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Santa Barbara County: Integrated Structures and Approaches

On February 25-26, our system transformation consultation with Santa Barbara County resumed after a six-month hiatus, and we were delighted to be working with their new Behavioral Health Director, Alice Gleghorn, who comes to Santa Barbara from San Francisco. (We … Continue reading

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EMQ Families First: Value-driven Practice, Value-driven Change

On February 24, we were delighted to have the opportunity expand our work with EMQ Families First, which is working on organization-wide co-occurring capability. We began that work in 2014 in the Bay Region, which is primarily based in Santa … Continue reading

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Dr. Ken Minkoff on Value-Driven Systems Change

Dr. Ken Minkoff was recently interviewed for the Homelessness Resource Center newsletter. Continue reading

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Missouri Cadre: 2010 SAMHSA Award Winner

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has selected the Missouri Cadre for Co-occurring Excellence as one of 28 organizations to receive the agency’s 2010 Science and Service Award. Continue reading

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