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Apply Now: Tarrant County Mental Health Executive Learning Community

Apply between January 23 & February 28 for this premier learning experience to advance school mental health in your district

Due to the winter storms in Texas, the deadline for applications is extended to February 28.

Our Challenge

1 in 5

children in the U.S. show symptoms of mental health disorders each year*


leading cause of death for children ages 10-24 is suicide*

* Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Solution

Effective school mental health programs are critical to improving student outcomes, well-being, and academic achievement.

Join the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute for a 12-month, premier learning experience that equips districts to effectively develop and implement evidence-based school mental health programming. This opportunity is free to all participating districts.

Submit your application today

The application period for the 2023 Tarrant County Executive Learning Community has closed. Thank you to all of the districts that expressed interest.

Program Details

Who Should Apply

This opportunity is targeted toward district executives and student support leaders responsible for developing and implementing school mental health programs. This professional learning community is philanthropically funded and only available to school districts within Tarrant County. Each district accepted into the Executive Learning Community can send up to 4 district leaders to participate.


Executive Learning Community members will attend ten 120-minute learning sessions delivered in person or virtually from March 2023 – February 2024. The Meadows Institute will work closely with Learning Community participants to develop a meeting schedule that is responsive to district needs.

Who We Are

The Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute provides independent, nonpartisan, data-driven, and trusted policy and programmatic recommendations for creating equitable, systemic change. We are a nonprofit organization that works closely with districts across Texas building sustainable mental and behavioral health systems that serve all students and educators.

Our team of school mental health experts includes former school district and education service center leaders, mental and behavioral health systems leadership, licensed clinical professionals, evaluation experts, policy analysts, and more.

The Meadows Institute is uniquely positioned as the only entity in Texas that works to put school mental health research, policy, and best practices into action—and into the hands of educators who do the work and need the help building systems that support their students and staff.

Executive Learning Community member benefits include:

  • Access to an exclusive peer-learning space to collaborate, innovate, and implement with other district leaders facing similar challenges
  • Professional executive networking opportunities with other district leaders and high-impact community partners
  • A curated professional learning curriculum developed by school mental health experts at the Meadows Institute and its network of partner organizations
  • Support developing a customized program implementation plan leveraging the best and latest school mental health research

Curriculum topics options include:

  • Foundations of School Mental Health and Evidence-Based Practices
  • Long-Term Systems Building, such as Multi-TieredSystems of Support (MTSS)
  • How to Promote Adult Well-Being for Educators
  • School Mental Health Funding and Sustainability
  • How to Leverage a Network of Highly Effective Community Partners
  • School Mental Health Data Collection and Analysis
  • And more!


For more information please contact:
Linda Webb, PhD, Senior Vice President for Education Initiatives | [email protected]

Special Thanks

This learning community is free of cost thanks to the generous philanthropic support of:

The Morris FoundationSid Richardson Foundation REV Foundation