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A presentation made by Alameda County’s Center for Healthy Schools and Communities. Provides an overview of Coordination of Services Teams (COST) — a team approach for coordinating learning supports and resources for students.
Categories: Infrastructure and Building Partnerships
School-based Mental Health Services: What California’s School District Leaders Should Know about Mental Health Funding and 2011 Realignment
Through the 2011 Realignment, California permanently shifted responsibility for administration and financing of most services for vulnerable children and youth to counties — including mental health services provided via EPSDT (Early and Periodic, Diagnosis, Screening and Treatment — Medi-Cal for enrollees under 21 years of age). EPSDT Realignment provides increased funding, as well as significantly […]