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New MRSS Peer Learning Launching in January 2022!

The Institute has partnered with The Alliance for Strong Families and Communities and Council on Accreditation (Alliance-COA) and the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) to launch the Mobile Response and Stabilization Services (MRSS) Quality Learning Collaborative (QLC). This learning opportunity builds upon the success of the five 2-day MRSS Peer Meetings previously hosted by The Institute with team participation from 24 states and territories. The MRSS QLC focuses on the structural changes necessary to fully implement MRSS including engaging leadership, finance, policy, and workforce, and includes: best-practice presentations featuring examples from the field and lessons learned; facilitated peer-to-peer learning; monthly coaching; data collection and analysis; affinity group opportunities; and access to resources and tools to support design and implementation.

Additional information, including the MRSS QLC application, coming soon! To sign up to receive additional information, go to and select "MRSS Quality Learning Collaborative."

For guidance on steps you can take now to design MRSS to meet the needs of children, youth and young adults, and their families in your communities, contact



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