CCCMHC REPORTS

Below are some of the most recent reports prepared by the Clark County Children's Mental Health Consortium.

For previous plans and reports, please visit: Division of Child & Family Services - CCCMHC Plans

2019 Status Report on the Ten Year Strategic Plan

The CCCMHC’s 2018 Service Priorities Report identified recommended actions for the upcoming biennium to achieve the most short-term, cost-effective system improvements while serving as building blocks for the 10-Year Strategic Plan. This report outlines the current status of these priorities.

2018 Service Priorities

Working in partnership with the State Children's Behavioral Health Consortium and the two other regional consortia, the Clark County Children's Mental Health Consortium calls for parents, policymakers, and professionals to come together and take immediate action to support a change in approach to children's behavioral health service delivery. This report identifies four priorities for Fiscal Years 2020-2021, as well as specific services necessary to produce the most immediate, cost-effective system improvements. These priorities serve as building blocks for the CCCMHC's 10-Year Strategic Plan, which has been submitted to the Director of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Commission on Behavioral Health.

2017 Status Report on the Ten Year Strategic Plan

The CCCMHC’s 2016 Service Priorities Report identified recommended actions for the upcoming biennium to achieve the most short-term, cost-effective system improvements while serving as building blocks for the 10-Year Strategic Plan. This report outlines the current status of these priorities.

Ten Year Strategic Plan

The Clark County Children’s Mental Health Consortium has developed this 10-Year Strategic Plan to guide our community in providing mental health services to children with emotional disturbance and their families. This 10-year strategic plan represents a commitment to all children in Clark County and their families, who deserve the supports necessary for optimal mental health and social-emotional development, early access to treatment when problems arise, and intensive interventions when behavioral health problems become severe and chronic. The Clark County Children’s Mental Health Consortium has recognized that the extreme challenges faced by children with behavioral health problems and their families can only be overcome by strategic and sustained planning efforts to develop a more effective system of care for these children.

2016 Service Priorities

Working in partnership with the State Children’s Behavioral Health Consortium and the two other regional consortia, the Clark County Children’ Mental Health Consortium calls for parents, policymakers and professionals to come together and take immediate action to support a change in approach to children’s behavioral health service delivery. This report identifies four priorities for Fiscal Years 2017-2018, as well as specific services necessary to produce the most immediate, cost-effective system improvements. These priorities serve as building blocks for the CCCMHC’s 10-Year Strategic Plan.

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RELATED REPORTS

Improving Access to Care

Nevada was ranked the worst state in the U.S. in providing access to behavioral health care for its youth in 2016.​

Saving Lives

In 2015, more than 2 in 5 Clark County middle school students had thoughts of suicide. 

Acknowledging That Many Need Help

1 in 5 youth ages 13-18 live with a mental health condition. 

Only 1 in 14 youth who need services receive appropriate help.

Half of lifetime mental health disorders start by age 14. 

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