The Dakota County Collaborative is a children's mental health and family services collaborative that establishes a system of care for children. Partners include parents, community agencies, schools and county staff. The Collaborative Board generally meets monthly during the school year.
Programs & services
Each year, the Dakota County Collaborative distributes local funding to support early intervention and prevention services. Funded projects include:
For more information contact Cynthia Fashaw, Collaborative Coordinator, at email@example.com.
School Mental Health Practice Group
This group brings together mental health providers that provide school-linked or school-based mental health services to Dakota County schools regardless of funding sources.
Dakota County Healthy Communities Collaborative (DCHCC)
The Dakota County Healthy Communities Collaborative (DCHCC) is a resource sharing and networking collaborative. It brings together health care providers, county staff, school representatives, faith communities, law enforcement, nonprofits and other organizations to support health and well-being of Dakota County residents. Members plan the annual South of the River Mental Health Summit and other educational events across the county.
Monica Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org.