Nearly 400 members of the TCOM Collaborative gathered together in Palm Springs, California for a time of sharing, learning and growing. The theme was “Culture and Community: Sharing Stories from the Collaborative”. We were fortunate to have a full schedule which included 3 Master Lectures, 7 Roundtable Discussions, and 36 breakout presentations. As the only comprehensive management approach that fully integrates culture into its fabric, TCOM calls on us to be increasingly aware of the role of culture and community in how we decide to serve youth and families. The TCOM community is in a unique position to help bring people together while still respecting our differences.
Congratulations to the following 2019 TCOM Champion Award Recipients!
- Humboldt County Transition Age Youth Collaborative: TCOM Youth Advocate Award for their contributions to ensuring that youth voice was heard in the process of selecting and implementing a common assessment strategy for children and youth in California.
- Saw-Han Quah, : TCOM Founders Award for her quiet strong and compassionate leadership of the implementation of TCOM in Singapore and Hong Kong.
- California Department of Social Services: TCOM Systems Award for their thoughtful and inclusive process of implementing the CANS.
- Northern Rivers: TCOM Agency Award for their creativity, productivity and leadership in advancing TCOM tools and strategies in the US and beyond.
Special Thanks to our Sponsors!
The TCOM Conferences are made possible by the individuals who organize and manage the conference and all of our sponsors. Thank you to Casey Family Programs, Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago, Centene Corporation, Seneca Family of Agencies, Fidelity EHR, Magellan Health, Objective Arts, eCenter Research, Community Data Roundtable, and California Alliance.