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PBIS Maryland: Current Interagency Approach Susan Barrett Sheppard Pratt Health System Milt Mc. Kenna PBIS Maryland: Current Interagency Approach Susan Barrett Sheppard Pratt Health System Milt Mc. Kenna Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Oct. 11, 2006 Rosemont, IL

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Maryland Organizational Model School Level l - Team leaders (one per school) - Behavior Maryland Organizational Model School Level l - Team leaders (one per school) - Behavior Support Coaches (250+) District Level (24) l Regional Coordinators State Level l Student 467 PBIS Teams (one per school) State Leadership Team Classroom School District State - Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) - Sheppard Pratt Health System - Johns Hopkins Center for Prevention of Youth Violence - 24 Local school districts - Department of Juvenile Services, Mental Health Administration l l Management Team Advisory Group National Level l National PBIS Technical Assistance Center - University of Oregon & University of Connecticut

# Trained Cumulative Number of PBIS School Teams and Behavior Support Coaches by Year # Trained Cumulative Number of PBIS School Teams and Behavior Support Coaches by Year Trained

Anticipated Growth Currently 34% of MD schools trained & 50% will be trained by Anticipated Growth Currently 34% of MD schools trained & 50% will be trained by 2010

Annual Training and Support Events • • Spring Forum (March) ~ 400 Summer Training Annual Training and Support Events • • Spring Forum (March) ~ 400 Summer Training Institute (June) • • • New Teams ~ 830: Central Returning Teams ~ 1600: 3 regional events Coaches Meetings (3 per year) ~ 120 5 Regional / District Meetings (2 per year) Special Schools (2 per year) High Schools (2 per year)

PBIS Maryland: Political Support and Visibility Andrea Alexander Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) PBIS Maryland: Political Support and Visibility Andrea Alexander Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Michelle Zabel University of Maryland Oct. 11, 2006 Rosemont, IL

Current Energy and Efforts • Institutionalize funding level and commitment at MSDE - Divisions Current Energy and Efforts • Institutionalize funding level and commitment at MSDE - Divisions of Student Services and Special Education • • • Pursue other funding opportunities Expand sustain green zone with high fidelity Increase marketing and visibility Implement yellow zone in districts that have solid green zone and have infrastructure to expand Continue linkage with school mental health, Systems of Care, and wraparound efforts

Annotated Code of Maryland State Board of Education • • Subtitle 08 STUDENTS Chapter Annotated Code of Maryland State Board of Education • • Subtitle 08 STUDENTS Chapter 06: Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support Program Authority: 13 A. 08. 06. 00 Title 13 A Education Article, § 2 -205 and 7304. 1

Legislation Requiring PBIS Implementation A. Upon receipt of notification from the Department that an Legislation Requiring PBIS Implementation A. Upon receipt of notification from the Department that an elementary school's suspension rate exceeds 18 percent, the local school superintendent or the superintendent's designee shall direct the principal of the school to implement: (1) PBIS; or (2) An alternative behavioral modification program developed in collaboration with the Department. B. The school principal or the principal's designee and appropriate staff members shall develop a plan for implementing a program as set forth in §A of this regulation. C. The following apply to an elementary school that has at least one grade beyond grade 5: (1) The 18 percent suspension rate in §A of this regulation shall apply to students in pre-kindergarten through grade 5; and (2) PBIS or the alternative behavioral modification program shall focus on students in pre-kindergarten through grade 5. D. Nothing in this regulation precludes a school system from implementing PBIS or an alternative behavioral modification program either in specific schools or system-wide.

Related State-Level Child Mental Health Programs: Agreed Underlying Values and Intended Outcomes HB 1386: Related State-Level Child Mental Health Programs: Agreed Underlying Values and Intended Outcomes HB 1386: • • • Improving access to services for children with intensive needs Developing community based resources for children with intensive needs and children at risk of residential placement Reducing the number of children in placements outside of their home communities

Maryland’s Approach to Children's Mental Health • • Systems of Care Local Access Mechanisms Maryland’s Approach to Children's Mental Health • • Systems of Care Local Access Mechanisms • • • Navigation functions Single point of access/no wrong door Wraparound – practice model

Identified How Services & Supports Will Be Organized Children’s Cabinet Governor’s Office for Children Identified How Services & Supports Will Be Organized Children’s Cabinet Governor’s Office for Children State Agencies (DHMH, DHR, DJS, MSDE) Local Management Boards Local Agency Partners (CSA, DSS, DJS, LSS) Children, Families and Communities DHMH = Department of Health & Mental Hygiene DHR = Department of Human Resources (Child Welfare) DJS = Department of Juvenile Services MSDE = Maryland Department of Education CSA = Core Service Agency (local mental health) DSS = Department of Social Services DJS = Local/Regional Office LSS = Local School System

Wraparound Implementation Wraparound Funding -develop case rate or alternate funding mechanism for each enrolled Wraparound Implementation Wraparound Funding -develop case rate or alternate funding mechanism for each enrolled child Local Management Board (LMB) Care Management Entity/Unit (could be LMB) -organize and manage provider network -staff and mange referral and billing process -responsible for quality assurance and outcome mgmt. and monitoring Care Coordinator (could be part of Care Management Entity/Unit) -creates child and family team and individualized treatment plan Provider

The Commitment: Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. ’s Executive Order January, 2003 - Custody The Commitment: Governor Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. ’s Executive Order January, 2003 - Custody Relinquishment and Access to Services for Children House Bill 1386 2002 Session – Children with Intensive Needs Mental Health Transformation State Incentive Grant 2005 SAMHSA grant award

PBIS Maryland: Evaluation & Demonstrations Jerry Bloom Sheppard Pratt Health System Catherine Bradshaw & PBIS Maryland: Evaluation & Demonstrations Jerry Bloom Sheppard Pratt Health System Catherine Bradshaw & Phil Leaf Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Susan Barrett Sheppard Pratt Health System Nancy Lever University of Maryland Oct. 11, 2006 Rosemont, IL

Evaluation Capacity Establishing Measurable Outcomes Evaluation Questions • What schools have been trained and Evaluation Capacity Establishing Measurable Outcomes Evaluation Questions • What schools have been trained and are active? • How well are schools implementing PBIS? • What impact does PBIS have on behavior & achievement? Evaluation Tools • Team Implementation Checklist • SWIS • SET • Coaches Checklist • Staff Survey • Satisfaction Surveys • Implementation Phases Inventory (IPI)

Evaluation Tools • • Maryland website www. pbismaryland. org Various Levels: • • • Evaluation Tools • • Maryland website www. pbismaryland. org Various Levels: • • • Maryland Forms Matrix Access Database • • Any user Team/coach District Point of Contact State Team Data Entry and Storage Report Generation SWIS PBS surveys (www. pbssurveys. org)

Randomized Trial of PBIS: Project Target Funding • • • Phil Leaf, PI Centers Randomized Trial of PBIS: Project Target Funding • • • Phil Leaf, PI Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Goal: Determine Impact of PBIS on • Student Behavior - Discipline referrals - Disruptive behavior - Academic achievement • School Environment - School climate - Organizational health Sample • 37 Elementary Schools - 5 Counties • • 3, 454 Staff 26, 143 Students Design • Randomly Assigned - 21 PBIS - 16 Focus • Baseline + 4 years

Preliminary Findings from Project Target • • • PBIS schools have high program fidelity Preliminary Findings from Project Target • • • PBIS schools have high program fidelity PBIS increased organizational health Some positive effects on student outcomes • • Reduced office discipline referrals Reduced suspensions Project Target

Related Initiatives Bullying Prevention • • Using Internet to facilitate data-based decision making Provides Related Initiatives Bullying Prevention • • Using Internet to facilitate data-based decision making Provides school teams with local data to inform school improvement plans PBIS + FBA • • • Grant under review to test combination of SW-PBIS and FBA (P. Leaf, PI) In collaboration with Terry Scott On-site technical assistance in simplified FBA Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence • • Funded by CDC (Phil Leaf, PI) Focused on Baltimore City Center for Prevention and Early Intervention • • • Funded by NIMH & NIDA (Nick Ialongo, PI) Focused on Baltimore City Piloting evidence-based mental health programs

Yellow Zone Program: Behavior Education Program (BEP) Target • Districts with solid green zone Yellow Zone Program: Behavior Education Program (BEP) Target • Districts with solid green zone and infrastructure to support yellow zone expansion Training Materials • • Responding to Problem Behavior in Schools: The Behavior Education Program (Crone, Horner, & Hawken) Locally developed CD Training Format • • Regional training of school teams On-site technical assistance & support Evaluation & Expansion • Preliminary findings positive

Expanded School Mental Health (ESMH) Full continuum of mental health services for children and Expanded School Mental Health (ESMH) Full continuum of mental health services for children and adolescents in both regular and special education. • • Evaluation Treatment Case Management Mental Health Promotion Prevention Crisis Management • Consultation • • • ESMH augments services offered by school hired staff and is designed to fill in gaps in care

Maryland’s School Mental Health Integration Grant (USDOE) Aim 1: To further build a systematic Maryland’s School Mental Health Integration Grant (USDOE) Aim 1: To further build a systematic state initiative for school mental health (SMH) Aim 2: To improve outcomes related to red and yellow zone youth in PBIS schools through: 1. 2. 3. Helping school staff to better identify and refer students who could benefit from mental health services Enhancing mechanisms for effective communication between schools and the mental health system to help better integrate quality mental health care for students Developing training and resources to assist school staff with creating environments that support academic, social, and emotional learning for children with more intensive mental health needs

Logic Model for the Wraparound, PBIS, and ESMH Pilot Project INPUTS 80% School-wide universal Logic Model for the Wraparound, PBIS, and ESMH Pilot Project INPUTS 80% School-wide universal PBIS implementation Staff available to participate in wraparound process Need and buy-in from school and community District-level infrastructure to support PBIS, wraparound, and system integration Multiple district, state, agency, family, and university partnerships Regional expertise in PBIS, evidence-based practice, family involvement, and crisis management ACTIVITIES IMPLEMENT SCHOOL-BASED WRAPAROUND -Assessment -Family involvement -Care Coordination -Integration of services -Mental health services -Program placement -Crisis planning & management OUTPUTS Development of secondary and tertiary PBIS systems Improved crisis planning and management TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE -Wraparound model -Universal PBIS -Evidence-based practice -Crisis planning & management -Community collaboration -Family Involvement -Mental Health Identification & Referral LINK EXISTING AGENCIES, SERVICES & INTIAITVES -School-based mental health -Community-based programs and services -School re-entry -Crisis management -Core service agencies -Children’s Cabinet Systems of Care -MH Transformation Grant TRAINING Wraparound Coordinator (Intensive wraparound training, PBIS, crisis, community collaboration, family involvement) Wraparound Team (Intensive wraparound process, referral, family involvement, community collaboration, evidence-based practice) Community Partners (Wraparound overview, PBIS, school-based services, crisis intervention) Parents/Families (Wraparound overview, PBIS, mental health & stigma) Administrators (Integration of PBIS and wraparound, crisis management and planning, family involvement) Teachers/School Staff (Mental health identification, referral, crisis planning, family involvement, behavior management, wraparound) Increased linkage protocols, communication, & coordination across agencies Further stabilization of universal PBIS systems Knowledge Transfer -Skills in detecting signs and symptoms of MH problems -Understanding risk and protective factors -Managing mental health problems in schools -Understanding the value of and strategies to encourage family and community partnerships -Implementation of wraparound process -Knowledge of available resources OUTCOMES Intermediate Ultimate Increased time on task & opportunity for learning Reduction in inappropriate referrals for services Reduction in office discipline referrals Increased parental involvement in educational process Increased teacherefficacy for behavior management Reduction of risk factors and increase in protective factors in children and adolescents Increased academic performance Increased graduation rates and reduced high school dropout Reduction in need for juvenile services and child protective services Reduction in suspensions and acts of school violence Reduced disproportionality in achievement & discipline problems Increased use of evidence-based practices June 21, 2006

Maryland Resources www. pbismaryland. org www. msmha. org Maryland Resources www. pbismaryland. org www. msmha. org