The Washington County SOC structure enables the convening of the
stakeholders and partners that create Washington County’s System of
Care (SOC). The SOC framework is a coordinated network of services and
supports that are organized to meet the physical, mental, social, emotional,
educational, and developmental needs of youth and their families.
To be successful, Washington County stakeholders must partner with all
child-serving agencies within the community. This is an opportunity for our
community to work together to promote health and wellness.
We seek to share responsibilities and resources to best support our
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We are committed to no wrong door into services.
We are committed to the right service at the right time in
collaboration with children, their families and their providers.
We are committed to a common language; strengths based;
one which minimizes acronyms and reflects understanding of
our partners’ areas of expertise and their role and or/mandate
in service to our constituents.
We commit to building upon strengths and through the lens
of trauma-informed care.
We understand that our county’s geography will require our
steadfast commitment to advocate for transportation, cultural
and ethnic awareness and sensitivity as well as funding
We commit to the being creative and joining with one another
to create meaningful relationships and opportunities for
personal, professional, program and system growth and
healthier, happier children and families who are empowered to
meet their personal best.
We recognize capacity limitations within individual service
providers and the system as a whole and remain steadfast in
finding opportunities to build capacity for individual providers,
the network, and ultimately the children and families we serve.