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Sustainability and Financing

Project Director Consortia January 2009

January 08, 2009
Orlando, Florida

This Project Director Consortia meeting allowed project directors from 2005, 2006, and 2007 SS/HS sites to meet and learn from each other

Strategic Planning for Sustainability

November 18, 2008
Minneapolis, Minnesota

This three-day conference brought together teams of 2006 SS/HS grantees to focus on the many strategies for sustainability.

Integrating Publicly Funded Physical and Behavioral Health Services: A Description of Selected Initiatives

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

This report illustrates the variety of integration goals and approaches undertaken by providers, payers and public agencies in the pursuit of improved service integration.It highlights commonalitie

Integration of Primary Care and Behavioral Health: Report on Roundtable Discussions of Strategies for Private Health Insurance

Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law

This report is the product of a two-day Roundtable in which a panel of health care leaders developed recommendations for improving health care quality through integration.


Students in playground

Many people equate sustainability with obtaining additional program funding. Although money may be required to sustain a SS/HS initiative’s positive outcomes, it is possible to sustain outcomes without any funding beyond the original grant, or with far less funding than the original grant provided.