At Opeeka, Our Mission Is To Promote Well-Being For All
Building Systems of Trust Essence for Successful Outcomes
An interactive session with Janet Hoeke & Laura Wallis, thought-leaders, children mental-health advocates, and systems innovators who have fulfilled important roles in the building of Idaho’s Youth Empowerment Service (YES) System of Care. The hour of sharing will allow attendees to learn the importance of ‘lived experience’ and why systems of care must have parents/caregivers and youth, ‘not just sitting at the table’ rather, engaged as equal partners. In addition, ‘trust’ is essential in building an effective system of care, where all children/youth, emerging adults and families have access to high quality care in achieving successful outcomes.
Wisconsin’s Association of Family & Children Agencies (WAFCA) - Innovative Work Keeping Children & Families Together
During this interactive session, attendees will learn how provider agencies throughout Wisconsin have coordinated with WAFCA to keep children in-state while meeting complex treatment needs. States throughout the country are struggling to keep children/youth from having to be treated out-of-state. Emily Coddington-Associate Director of WAFCA- will detail how their Resource Connection Sessions pilot is responding to rising numbers of out-of-state placements, as well managing the destabilizing effects of the pandemic on the workforce
Ohio’s Statewide Respite Program: It Takes A Village-Partnering, Preventing and Prospering
This session will explore the continued need for respite to be a temporary program, including capturing data especially in support of improvements. Specific areas of data collection around a comprehensive understanding of how much time, energy, and costs are needed, especially in support of an infrastructure with intake and referral management.
Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth (SAFY): Building A Community of Healing
The panel will include leaders from SAFY-Nevada, where this incredible team will provide an outline how Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics or NMT has been incorporated into every aspect of the work with children, youth, and families.
Better Tech, Better Outcomes: How Technology Collaboration Can Improve Foster Care
This one-hour session will host a unique panel of individual(s) with diverse experience across the child welfare, including experts in public policy & practice, author/systems reformer-foster-care youth alumni and a foster/adoptive parent.
Shifting from Disparities to Prosperities: Flipping the Model from Labeling Risks to Stacking Successes Toward Health for All
Exploring ways systems reforms can actively support every person where they have an opportunity to attain their full health potential. If the status quo continues the ‘disadvantaged’ are prevented from achieving this potential due to social position or other socially constructed scenarios.
Children’s Health & Mental Wellbeing: Whole-Person Approach
Join Dr. John Lyons and our panel of experts who discuss the important goal for all children to be both physically and mentally healthy so that they can have a positive quality of life. Three new startup health technology companies join in this important discussion.
From Intervention To Prevention: Can Virtual Care Delivery Change The Narrative?
Preventive measures to avoid health risks can be as simple as screenings for potential illnesses. Exploring ways individuals can integrate healthy behaviors into their lifestyle, including practicing pro-active care, including learning more about signs or symptoms of a condition or disease as to increase taking control of one’s health & healthcare.
Changing the Odds for Children/Youth in Foster Care: Whole-Person Care & Well-Being
Alexis & Justin Black share their real-life story of beating the odds, having experienced trauma and growing-up in foster care. They will share how they managed to defy the odds, get healthy, and build a new life together.
A National Discussion on Supporting Child Welfare: Innovation & Technology
Opeeka has brought together three (3) amazing thought-leaders from across the country to discuss the challenges & successes connected with child welfare.
TCOM Town Hall with Dr. John Lyons: Using Technology In Supporting Our Work
The use of technology has led the charge in supporting all of us during the pandemic. We have all learned creative and effective ways to support those we serve.
Value-Based Care: Opportunities & Challenges
Opeeka has assembled a panel of health-care executives who will share insights and offer assistance around what ‘value-based care’ looks like, including the struggles & lessons learned around unifying data.
A Collaborative Discussion: Workforce Well-Being, Post-COVID Challenges & Opportunities
This is a unique opportunity to share ideas around cultivating employee resilience as we return to our physical work environments.
FFPSA for Community Foster Care Providers, the Opportunities & Challenges
This webinar’s focus will be to generate conversation and ideas to meet new challenges as well as offer support around the FFPSA.
Eliminating 80/20: Lowering Costs While Improving Outcomes & Equitable Care With Success-Focused Artificial Intelligence (SF-AI)
This talk illustrates how care systems build a success-focused model to improve equitable outcomes while lowering overall costs of care.
Helping Agencies Meet the Requirements of the Family First Prevention Services Act
Learn about the person-centered approach that helps create trauma-centered prevention strategies.
Helping Agencies Meet The Requirements Of The Family First Prevention Services Act: Part 2
Learn about P-CIS, an assessment and outcomes management solution designed to help organizations, agencies, and their staff members plan and guide person-centered care while measuring progress along personal trajectories of safety, permanency and success.
Creative Ways to Support Children/Youth, Especially Those in Foster Care
This webinar explores creative ways on how we all can keep children/youth connected to health & wellness.