Partners

Partnership with Youth MOVE National

Youth MOVE is proud to partner with other organizations doing youth engagement, peer support, policy & research, and other youth systems work! 

Youth MOVE National is a proud partner of the TA Network: The TA Network is comprised of national experts in youth and family services working to expand and sustain community-based Systems of Care across the U.S. We provide expert consultation and technical assistance to state and local governments, tribes, territories, communities, and organizations working to develop effective youth- and family-serving systems and to build a well-prepared workforce for the benefit of youth and their families. The TA Network’s mission is to develop effective service systems and establish a skilled and well-prepared workforce that can expand and sustain community-based systems of care across the United States to benefit all children and youth with behavioral health needs and their families.  

 

The Family Run Executive Director Association (FREDLA)

The Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA) serves as the national representative and advocate for family-run organizations and their executive directors, and supports effective stewardship of family-run organizations. FREDLA informs its members on current and emerging policy issues, provides education on research and other program findings and best practices, provides or facilitates professional development opportunities and other consultation and technical assistance, collaborate with stakeholders and facilitates peer-to-peer sharing across member family-run organizations.

Institute for Innovation & Implementation (University of Maryland – Baltimore)

The Institute for Innovation & Implementation (the Institute), founded in 2005, is a part of the University of Maryland School of Social Work. The Institute is committed to building research-based, inclusive, culturally responsive, and transformative child-, youth-and family-serving systems and services, and to developing the capacity of the workforce within these systems. UMB does this work in partnership with government agencies, health care providers, youth and their families, and community-based organizations in order to improve outcomes for and with children, youth, and their families.

National Training & Technical Assistance Center (NTTAC)

NTTAC is a SAMHSA-funded initiative to increase the access to the effectiveness of, and dissemination of evidence-based mental health services for young people (ages 0-21) and their families.NTTAC supports a system of care that is trauma-informed and person-centered. NTTAC is committed to equity, inclusion, and diversity, and the promotion of authentic partnership with youth and families.

The Upswing Fund

The Upswing Fund for Adolescent Mental Health is a collaborative fund focusing on the mental health and well-being of adolescents who are of color and/or LGBTQ+. Created in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has had a devastating impact on young people across the United States, The Upswing Fund provides critical resources to front-line organizations that provide the services that young people rely on. In addition, the Fund supports efforts to address key systemic challenges in the adolescent mental health system such as stigma around seeking mental health support.

As a collaborative fund, The Upswing Fund aggregates philanthropic support to achieve greater impact and leverages donor giving to scale proven interventions, accelerate innovation, and advance critical efforts to create policy change to expand the availability of mental health support. Our donors share a commitment to The Fund’s strategic grant-making as informed by our independent expert Advisory Committee.

RAVE 2020 Sponsors

Change Matrix

Change Matrix works to motivate, manage, and measure change using a structured approach to assess the situation, define outcomes, and tailor processes and tools. In partnership, individuals and organizations transform from their current state to a desired future state.

For most systems – and the individuals and organizations within them – change is a constant. Some organizations initiate change, learning and growing as a result of it. Others are surprised by change and are forced to adapt whether they like it or not.

The Hackett Center

The Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA) serves as the national representative and advocate for family-run organizations and their executive directors, and supports effective stewardship of family-run organizations. FREDLA informs its members on current and emerging policy issues, provides education on research and other program findings and best practices, provides or facilitates professional development opportunities and other consultation and technical assistance, collaborate with stakeholders and facilitates peer-to-peer sharing across member family-run organizations.