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Rural Health Grantee Meeting - November 7, 2018

MeHAF's Rural Health grantees will have their next meeting on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at Sunday River in Newry. This meeting will preceed the opening lunch session for the New England Rural Health Conference. For more information, please contact Charles Dwyer or Holly Irish.

Updated as of: November 05, 2018
Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting - October 23, 2018

Tuesday, October 23, 2018 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.
The featured topic area will be "How to Best Engage the Enthusiasm and Talent of Volunteers"

Space is limited and registration is required. Please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assitant, or your program officer for more information.

Updated as of: October 17, 2018
Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting - August 1, 2018

Wednesday, August 1, 2018 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.
The featured topic is evaluation.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please contact Program & Communications Assistant Holly Irish, or your program officer for more information.

Updated as of: July 30, 2018
Rural Health Grantee Meeting - May 24, 2018

MeHAF's Advancing Rural Health Systems Transformation grantees will have their next meeting on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the Alfond Visitor's Center on the Goodwill-Hinckley Campus, 6 Page Terrace in Hinckley. Registration is required. Please contact Charles Dwyer or Holly Irish for more information.

Updated as of: May 01, 2018
Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting - April 25, 2018

Wednesday, April 25, 2018 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.
The featured topic area will be "Creating and Nurturing Community-Based Collective Learning"

Space is limited and registration is required. Please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assitant, or your program officer for more information.

Updated as of: April 09, 2018
Distributive Leadership Learning Community Webinar

Due to the cancellation of the November 1st Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting, we decided to hold a webinar to allow for a presentation and sharing of tools on "Distributive Leadership" - the main topic focus of the November 1st agenda. Because this meeting is happening virtually – the three person cap per grantee organization does not apply, and so anyone from your project can sign up to attend. We recommend viewing this webinar in a group with your project partners, if at all possible. Both Carole Martin and Susan Foster will be presenting tools and information on Distributive Leadership.

Presentation slides can be viewed by clicking on the "show/hide files" button below. The recorded webinar can be viewed by copying and pasting this address (http://cc.readytalk.com/play?id=fv15ns) in your web browser, or clicking on the third bullet below.

Updated as of: November 30, 2017
Rural Health Grantee Meeting - October 12, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor.
This is the second grantee meeting for MeHAF's Rural Health grant program.

Registration is required; please contact Charles Dwyer, Program Officer or Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant for more information.

Updated as of: October 10, 2017
Addiction Care Grantee Meeting - September 13, 2017

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at the Augusta Civic Center. This will be the second grantee meeting for MeHAF's Expanding Patient-Centered Addiction Care grantees.
Registration is required ; please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant or Kathryn Rouillard, Program Officer for more information.

You will see that each project team is signed up for a ten-minute rapid TA session with Eric Haram.  Please note that, unless you are one of the few groups that signed up for a slot from 3:30-4:00, the meeting will adjourn at 3:30.  

The day will include a panel discussion focused on the important topic of Effectively Communicating, Engaging, and Empowering Patients and Families in the Recovery Process .

In the afternoon there will be focused, facilitated table discussions on pre-determined topics.  The following topics were generated by grantees on the July Technical Assistance Call:
- How to Address Social Determinants of Health To Reduce Barriers to Treatment and Recovery
- Developing a Peer Recovery Coaching Model
- Community Organizing-Educating about Recovery, Reducing Stigma, Community Inclusion
- Rapid Access and Group MAT models

Updated as of: September 07, 2017
Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting - July 26, 2017

Wednesday, July 26, 2017 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell.
The featured topic area will be Promoting Sustainability.

Space is limited and registration is required. Please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant, or your program officer for more information.

Updated as of: July 18, 2017
Rural Health Grantee Meeting - June 14, 2017

Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bangor.
This is the first grantee meeting for MeHAF's Rural Health grant program.

Registration is required; please contact Charles Dwyer, Program Officer or Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant for more information.

Updated as of: May 30, 2017
Addiction Care Grantee Meeting - May 31, 2017

Wednesday, May 31, 2017 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell. This will be the first grantee meeting for MeHAF's Expanding Patient-Centered Addiction Care grantees.
Registration is required; please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant or Kathryn Rouillard, Program Officer for more information.

As grantees are thinking about who should attend the meeting, at a minimum, we ask that you attend with your project leader, a clinical leader (if possible), and a project manager.  If you are able to attend with additional project representatives, we would suggest inviting a clinical social worker, a key partner/leader in your health system or community, and/or your project point person for outcomes/data.

The meeting will provide an opportunity for networking with other grantees and learning from experts about culture, policy, and practice change related to addiction care.  You will also hear from Quality Counts and USM Muskie, who will spend some time introducing the technical assistance and evaluation components of the program. 

Updated as of: May 25, 2017
Thriving in Place Grantee Meeting - April 4, 2017

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at the Maine Hospital Association in Augusta.
Registration is required; please contact Ruta Kadonoff for more information.

Grantee's will have time for networking and discussion pertianing to their grant projects, and will also particpate in a Power Analysis exercise. See more information below.

Using Stakeholder Power Analysis to Affect Change
Stakeholder power analysis is a community organizing tool that helps groups:

  • Clearly define an objective
  • Identify the key individuals in your community who have power to make decisions that affect your ability to achieve that objective.
  • Develop a plan to draw on your assets for engaging with those individuals in order to enlist their support for your issue or objective.

We will share the power analysis framework and tools as well as illustrate its application with members of a TiP community partner network.

Updated as of: March 31, 2017
Community-Based Initiatives Learning Community Meeting - March 8, 2017

Wednesday, March 8, 2017 at Maple Hill Farm in Hallowell. The featured topic area will be evaluation.
Space is limited and registration is required; please contact Holly Irish, Program & Communications Assistant, or your program officer for more information.

Updated as of: February 23, 2017

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