Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children, Inc.'s (KPFC) vision is to improve the quality of life for children, youth, and young adults facing emotional, social, and behavioral challenges and to encourage the healthy functioning of their families through education, advocacy and outreach. As the statewide family organization in Kentucky, KPFC collaborates with many state-level systems to build a strong "family-driven" and "youth-guided" system of care. KPFC will teach leadership skills among youth that have SED and their families through trainings across the state, a quarterly newsletter, a resource request line, referrals to support groups, and the annual Youth/Parent Conference. KPFC will identify and address technical assistance needs of children/youth with SED and their families. Specifically, KPFC will work to better meet the needs of children birth to five with SED, or at risk of having an SED; youth and young adults that have co-occurring (mental health/substance use disabilities); and will have a stronger focus on meeting the needs of military families.