A System of Care is a range of effective, community-based services and supports for children with or at risk for mental health or other challenges to help them to function better in home, school, and the community and throughout life.
We are here to create collaboration by building bridges, breaking down barriers, and linking with agencies and programs across all boundaries for integrated care for every child and family.
We are “Better Together”. We see an Arlington community that supports family-driven care where all stakeholders have equal partnership and shared accountability to support children and families in reaching their full potential.
- Being Youth-Centered and Family-Focused
- Services remaining Community-Based
- Ensuring Culturally and Linguistically Competent supports are available
- Providing an Array of Services
- Care being Individualized for each child and family
- Building meaningful connections with Families and Youth as Full Partners
- Services and Supports Coordinated with Accountability
- Young children and families offered Early Identification and Intervention
- Smooth Transitions through the journey of services
- The Rights of youth and families being Protected
- Effective Advocacy from all team members for all
- Ensuring services and programs are Equitable
Who’s Who in System of Care
Jessica Brown, CSA Coordinator: Ms. Brown facilitates the Family Assessment and Planning Team meetings to help children get the best possible services. You can reach her at 703-228-1670 or firstname.lastname@example.org