Getting More Out of Working Together: A Study of a Help Me Grow and a 211 Partnership

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211s and Help Me Grow programs across the country are partnering to provide I&R and care coordination to families. This partnership provides the opportunity to strengthen your ability to reach at-risk families, expands your resource knowledge and offers expertise in hard to navigate areas such as social determinants of health and early intervention services for children. Working together, both programs provide professional development opportunities and mutual support.

Objectives:

How sharing resources improves social determinants of health screening

How to work together to reach rural, hard to reach and at-risk populations

How to expand collaboration during a pandemic

Efficiencies of collaboration using existing resources

Elizabeth Gilman

Program Manager

Help Me Grow Vermont, Essex Junction, Vermont


Elizabeth Gilman is the Help Me Grow Vermont Program Manager at the Help Me Grow Vermont resource center. She was previously a Child Development Specialist for Help Me Grow Vermont and has been working at the resource center for 5 ½ years. She has a bachelor’s degree in psychology, is a Certified Community Resource Specialist and is a certified Ages and Stages Questionnaire trainer. She lives with her family in Essex, Vermont

MaryEllen Mendl

Executive Director

Vermont 211, Essex Junction, Vermont


MaryEllen Mendl is the Executive Director of United Ways of Vermont, which houses Vermont 211 and the Help Me Grow Vermont Resource Center. She was previously the Director of the Vermont 211 program and has spent over 30 years in the United Way network. She has a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and is a Certified Community Resource Specialist. She lives with her husband and beagle in Colchester, Vermont .

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Getting More Out of Working Together: A Study of a Help Me Grow and a 211 Partnership
05/12/2021 at 3:30 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes
05/12/2021 at 3:30 PM (EDT)   |  60 minutes 211 and Help Me Grow programs are partnering up to provide I&R and care coordination to families across the country. This partnership provides the opportunity to strengthen your ability to reach at-risk families, expands your resource knowledge and offers expertise in hard to navigate areas like social determinants of health and early intervention services for children. Working together, both programs provide professional development opportunities and support for each program.