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ISF Series Resource Guide
July 1, 2021

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The Northwest and Pacific Southwest MHTTC provided
a series that explores the ISF framework by examining and redesigning
systems (structures and leadership) that are equitable by using data to
support practices (services and supports) needed to promote wellness for all.


What is the Interconnected Systems Framework?

The Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF) promotes using a single system of delivery for educational and mental health support in schools. ISF offers a solution to the challenge of meeting the needs of the whole child. ISF is a structure and process that maximizes effectiveness and efficiency by blending the strengths of school and community mental health with strengths of the multi-tiered framework of PBIS (Barrett, Eber, Weist, 2013).


Acknowledgments

The ISF series that started in 2019 and continues in 2021 would not have been possible without the thought leadership and vision stewarded by the Pacific Southwest and Northwest MHTTCs, the Center on PBIS and the National ISF Leadership Team.


Questions?

Contact your MHTTC Center!

Northwest MHTTC
Email: nwsmh@uw.edu
Phone: 206-744-9327

Pacific Southwest MHTTC
Email: pacificsouthwest@mhttcnetwork.org
Phone: 844-856-1749


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