Exploring Community-Based Approaches to Youth Mental Health Care

Posted February 20, 2024
By the Annie E. Casey Foundation

This ses­sion, one in a six-part webi­nar series, out­lines strate­gies for cre­at­ing more resilient com­mu­ni­ties that sup­port and pro­tect the men­tal well-being of young peo­ple and their families.

Post­ed: Feb. 27, 2024
Run time: 1 hour

Fea­tured Experts on Com­mu­ni­ty Men­tal Health

Wan­da Boone

Wan­da Boone is a rec­og­nized expert in the field of resilience and trau­ma-informed liv­ing. She is also the CEO and founder of Togeth­er for Resilient Youth, a com­mu­ni­ty coali­tion that uses a pub­lic health mod­el to address behav­ioral health chal­lenges and reduce com­mu­ni­ty risk factors.

Kristie Stut­ler

Kristie Stut­ler, vice pres­i­dent of pol­i­cy and influ­ence at Urban Strate­gies, Inc., a nation­al non­prof­it devot­ed to dri­ving equi­table com­mu­ni­ty devel­op­ment. Stut­ler pre­vi­ous­ly worked with sys­tem-involved youth for near­ly 20 years and spent three years lead­ing statewide juve­nile jus­tice reforms in Kentucky.


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