FYSPRTs Represent the Voice of Families, Youth, and Communities in the Washington State Behavioral Health System
Welcome to Your FYSPRT Site
We would like to give you a big tri-lead welcome to your FYSPRT site. Your local, regional and state-wide FYSPRTs are great places to find out what is going on in your area and give input into the behavioral health care system.
About "Family Youth and System Partner Round Tables" (FYSPRTs)
The Washington State Family, Youth and System Partner Round Tables (FYSPRTs) provide a forum for families, youth, systems, and communities to strengthen sustainable resources by providing community-based approaches to address the individual behavioral health needs of children, youth and families. FYSPRTs were developed under the Department of Social and Health Services’ (DSHS) Washington State System of Care (SOC) Expansion Project as a key component for ensuring behavioral health and other public child-, youth-, and family-serving systems in Washington State are coordinated and informed by input from multiple stakeholders.
FYSPRTs Govern and Provide Oversight to Policy and Implementation of the WISe Program
Together, the FYSPRTs serve as an integral part of the Children’s Mental Health Governance Structure that was adopted within the T.R. et al. v. Kevin Quigley and Dorothy Teeter Settlement Agreement and informs and provides oversight for high-level policy-making, program planning, decision-making, and for the implementation of this Agreement, including the implementation of Wraparound with Intensive Services (WISe).
The FYSPRT Mission
The Washington State Family, Youth and System Partner Round Tables provide an equitable forum for families, youth, systems, and communities to strengthen sustainable resources by providing community-based approaches to address the individualized behavioral health needs of children, youth and families.
The FYSPRT Vision
Through respectful partnerships, families, youth, systems and communities collaborate, influence, and provide leadership to address challenges and barriers by promoting cohesive behavioral health services for children, youth and families in Washington State.
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