Our collaborative relationships with national experts continually produce new tools, advance best practices and provide many benefits for the communities we serve.
Find more on our partnerships with like-minded organizations dedicated to the improvement of children’s behavioral health, and check out their websites:
In partnership since 2010, Magellan has adopted and promoted BBI principles and practice through consultation, training, the co-creation of webinars and materials, and other initiatives, to ensure that community-based and residential treatment services are available for youth with mental health challenges and their families.
Magellan has partnered with FREDLA since its establishment in 2014 on issues affecting the well-being of children and youth with mental health, emotional or behavioral challenges and their families. Ongoing consultation with FREDLA has informed our programs through identification of best practices, new survey tools and more.
Since 2004, Magellan has supported the annual NFFCMH conference on issues impacting children, youth and young adults with behavioral health challenges and their families. Since 2016, we have coordinated the Youth Track, including workshops, presentations and other engaging activities for the youth and young adult conference participants.
Magellan has utilized the Child Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS) tool, established by the Praed Foundation, in working across child-serving systems to support decision making and facilitate the best care, since 2004. Through our established relationship, we work with the Praed Foundation to facilitate CANS training and certification for clinicians.