C4 Innovations

Transforming Behavioral Health Systems to Support Recovery

Transforming systems is often necessary to make real changes for people experiencing substance use and mental health challenges—especially for those of us who experience structural racism, discrimination, and trauma. Meaningful systems change requires stakeholders with diverse experiences and divergent perspectives to come together and engage in collaborative efforts to advance knowledge, identify shared priorities, and take action together. Use these resources to begin to learn more about creating and sustaining change:

Transforming Systems to Promote Equitable Access to Recovery (PDF)
Together in Recovery: Facing the Opioid Overdose Crisis in Massachusetts—A Case Study (PDF)
Recovery Rising: Supporting Many Pathways in Pennsylvania (PDF)
The BRSS TACS Policy Academy: A Catalyst for Change Lessons Learned from State Teams, 2011–2018 (PDF)

Learn more. Questions? Email us at training@c4innovates.com.