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    ​Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports​​

    ​The public comment period has closed.  Comments will be discussed during meetings of both the full Consortium and individual Subcommittees.   ​​​

    ​​​Background  

    The Maryland General Assembly included language in the Blueprint for Maryland's Future, Chapter 36 of 2021 (Kirwan education reform bill), to create a new Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports to help meet student behavioral health needs and other related challenges in a holistic, non-stigmatized manner.  The Maryland Community Health Resources Commission (CHRC) is responsible for providing staff support for the Consortium.  The CHRC will be working closely with the Administration, Maryland State Department of Education, Maryland Department of Health, Maryland General Assembly, and other key stakeholders to help recruit qualified individuals to serve on the Consortium.  The Presiding Officers of the Maryland General Assembly recently appointed The Honorable David D. Rudolph as Consortium Chair. 

    Membership: ​Click here​​​​ for a list of Consortium members.

    Mailing List:  To be added to the Consortium mailing list, please click here​.

    ​​Consortium Meeting Information

    The next meeting of the Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports will take place on Tuesday, February 21, 2023.  Meeting information may be found below: 

    Additional Meeting Information:  The meeting is open to the public, and there is no cost to attend.  Due to space limitations, we are asking members of the public to register in advance by clicking here. Participation is limited to Consortium members, invited presenters and CHRC staff.    

    Subcommittee Meeting Information

    Data Collection/Analysis & Program Evaluation – Chair Larry Epp                   ​​​

    Zoom meeting Link:  https://us06web.zoom.us/j/81458145747?pwd=SXZQZU1lTnpSRWsxcHk2NjEvQkhUQT09
    Meeting ID:   814 5814 5747     Passcode:  953584        Dial-in: 301-715-8592

    Future Meetings
    Thursday, January 19, 2023 – 12:00 - 1:00 pm

    Thursday, Janaury 26, 2023 - 12:00 pm- 1:00 pm

    Prior Meeting Information & Materials

    Framework, Design & RFP – Chairs: Superintendent Mohammed Choudhury & Dr. Sadiya Muqueeth
    Zoom meeting Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/4717477346?pwd=S2dJUGtmRitYL0dMNS96SEswV3ptdz09
    Meeting ID:  471 474 7346      Passcode:   Xkie4R     Dial-in: 301-715-8592

    Future Meetings
    Thursday, January 26, 2023 – 10:00 am – 11:00 am
    Thursday, February 2, 2023 – 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

    Prior Meeting Information & Materials


    ​Outreach Subcommittee​Chairs: Tammy Fraley & Robin Rickard

    UPDATED - Zoom meeting Link:   https://us06web.zoom.us/j/86257948963?pwd=UWxGZ1JVL05mWG13VTVtRWxydVJIUT09
    UPDATED - ​Meeting ID: 862 5794 8963 / Passcode: 698687 / Phone: 301.715.8592​

    Future Meetings:

    To be announced.

    Prior Meeting Information & Materials

    Best Practices Subcommittee - Chairs: Dr. Derek Simmons & Dr. John Campo

    Zoom meeting Link:  https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82430175564?pwd=L2J0TW80d1ZkanVGemhERUJOdlFrZz09
    Meeting ID:  824 3017 5565   Passcode: 642541  Dial-in:  301.715.8592

    Future Meetings
    Tuesday, January 17, 2023 – 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm​​

    Prior Meeting Information & Materials



    Prior Consortium Meeting Information

    January 10, 2023 - In-Person Meeting - Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports 

    December 13, 2022 - In-Person Meeting - Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports

    ​November 15, 2022 - In-Person Meeting - Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports 

    • Meeting Recording; Passcode: B$*%9Ham
    • Meeting Materials​ 
    • OOCC Public Service Announcements: 
      • ​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7u4PlAUQmdg
      • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMKnKqgwLW8​

    October 18, 2022 - In-Person Meeting - Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports

    September 22, 2022 - In-Person Meeting - Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports 

    August 17, 2022 – Orientation Meeting – Maryland Consortium on Coordinated Community Supports

    ​​Responsibilities of the Consortium 

    (1) Develop a geographically diverse statewide framework for the creation of Coordinated Community Supports Partnerships; (2) Ensure that such partnerships meet student behavioral health needs in a holistic, non-stigmatized manner within 1-hour drive of residence; (3) Provide expertise for best practices in the delivery of behavioral health services, supports, and wraparound services; (4) Develop a financial model for such services including grant funding, reimbursement from private and public insurers, sliding scale, hospital community benefit, and other funding sources; (5) Direct technical assistance and develop best practices to support positive classroom environments and the closing of achievement gaps; and (6) Develop accountability metrics. The National Center on School Mental Health will provide Technical Assistance.

    Reports & Presentations

    December 6, 2022 - Presentation to the Maryland State Board of Education ​

    August 10, 2022 - Presentation to Strong Schools Maryland - Coalition for the Blueprint for Maryland's Future​ 

    ​Funding The Consortium will utilize a new Coordinated Community Supports Partnership Fund to provide grants and technical assistance to fulfill the duties of the Consortium.  Funding levels are: $50 million for FY 2023; $85 million for FY 2024; $110 million for FY 2025; and $130 million for FY 2026 and each FY thereafter.

     

    ​Staff:  The CHRC will staff the Consortium via four additional PINs.

     

    First report due to legislature:  The first report will be due December 1, 2022.


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