- • principles
Partner agencies shall participate in a wraparound initiative based upon all of the following core values and principles:
(1) Family and youth perspectives must be intentionally elicited and prioritized during all system of care and wraparound initiative activities.
(2) The system of care must:
(a) Include prevention and early intervention services as well as address the complex needs of the identified population;
(b) Value youth as experts, respect their voice and treat youth as equal partners in creating system change at the individual, community and state levels;
(c) Give families the primary decision-making role in the mental health care of their youth as well as in developing policies and procedures governing the care of all youth in their community and in this state including:
(A) Choosing services and supports and service providers;
(B) Setting goals for youth;
(C) Designing and implementing programs for youth;
(D) Monitoring outcomes for youth; and
(E) Evaluating the effectiveness of all efforts to promote the mental health and well-being of youth;
(d) Offer peer-delivered services within the array of services and supports available to meet the needs of youth and families;
(e) Be community based and include community partners, one of which must be a family-run organization with the ability to provide peer-delivered services and supports and participate in the system of care coordination and decision-making;
(f) Create a community of support for each youth and family that honors the youth and family’s sense of its own culture;
(g) Ensure that individuals are treated respectfully, compassionately and effectively in a manner that recognizes, affirms and values the worth of youth, families and communities;
(h) Protect and preserve the dignity of youth, families and communities; and
(i) Provide a means for eliciting feedback from individuals affected by the system of care regarding whether the individuals perceive that they are being treated respectfully, compassionately, effectively and with dignity. [2009 c.540 §2]
Note: See note under 418.975 (Definitions for ORS 418.975 to 418.985).
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