System of Care Across Tennessee Network is a proposal to respond to the continued need for effective community-based services and supports for the children, youth, and young adults with serious emotional disturbance and their families throughout Tennessee. Through the expansion and sustainability of a coordinated network, Tennessee families will recieve care through a system that is built on meaningful partnerships that address the individualized needs of families, including their cultural and linguistic needs, helping them to function better at home, in school, in the community, and throughout life. Building on 20 years of experience, data analysis, and lessons learned, SOCATN will provide an evidence-based service; institute policy and environmental change strategies; create a coordinated community-level infrastructure; and execute blended funding mechanisms ensuring the broad implementation and sustainability of a children's mental health system grounded in system of care values and principles. In partnership with key stakeholders, over the next four years the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services will implement three key strategies that will lead to better service and support for Tennessee's chidlren, youth, and young adults with SED and their families. The first strategy will address the direct srevice of the children, youth, and young adults and their families'. Nine teams will provide Intensive Care Coordination services using High Fidelity Wraparound, to a catchment area serving counties designated as "distressed" or at-risk by Governor Lee's Administration in Executive Order 1. The second strategy will use information gathered from focus groups and surveys to expand on the work being done throughout the state to cultivate a deep understanding of system of care in local communities. SOCATN leadership will partner with existing local community infrastructures to cultivate champion's for children's mental health who will educate, train, and provide technical assistance to local communities on system of care values and principles through the use of consistent messaging. The third strategy will enhance and expand on the existing governance structure, the Council on Children's Mental Health, created in 2008 by Public Chapter 1062 for the purpose of designing a plan for a statewide system of mental health care for children.