Families and Communities Together: Key Finding and Recommendations from the Evaluation of Delaware's Child Mental Health Grant Initiative
Center for Disabilities Studies
Delaware’s Families & Communities Together (F.A.C.T.) project is a seven-year effort to establish a system of care for children with serious emotional disturbances and their families. Project activities focus on two areas: piloting a model for coordinating and providing services for these children; and facilitating the adoption of a system of care approach in the larger child-serving system. This is the final evaluation report and focuses on the key findings of the evaluation of F.A.C.T.’s efforts through the end of state FY2005. This report also presents recommendations for the project and for the Department of Services for Children, Youth, & Their Families system of care effort based on these findings.
Child Mental Health, Grant Initiative