Workshop on the State of Mental, Emotional, and Behavioral Health of Children and Youth in the United States
The Forum for Children’s Well-Being
National Academy of Sciences Building
2101 Constitution Avenue, NW
October 10, 2019
- To evaluate the current state of the science of promoting mental, emotional, and behavioral health of children and youth, including how far we have come since the inception of the Forum, where we are now, and where we hope to go in the near and distant future.
- To explore how various sectors, initiatives, and community efforts can impact the healthy development of children and youth, and how they all can collaborate in these efforts.
- To review the past work of the Forum and to set the stage for the Forum’s strategic discussions for future activities.
|11:00am–1:00pm||Setting the Stage: The State of MEB Health for Children and Youth in the U.S.|
|Panel moderator: Kelly Kelleher|
|Panelists: Tom Boat, committee chair; Lynda Gargan, family voice representative; Bonita Williams, federal funder representative; Angelica Cardenas, health equity representative|
|2:00–4:00pm||Small Group Discussions|
|Education Strategies, Room 250|
|Moderator: Stephanie Jones|
|Local and Community Strategies, West Court|
|Moderator: David Willis|
|Federal and State Policy Strategies, West Court|
|Moderator: Fan Tait|
|Business and Private Sector Strategies, Room 280|
|Moderator: Arun Karpur|
|Health and Public Health Strategies, Room 125|
|Moderator: Tom Boat|
|4:00–5:00pm||Implementing a National Agenda|