Minnesota Department of Human Services
Mary Doyle currently coordinates the Children’s Justice Act Task Force at the Minnesota Department of Human Services which is a multidisciplinary team dedicated to improving the linkage between the child protection system and the legal system. She has worked on or led many multidisciplinary teams such as the South Hennepin Family Services Collaborative and the MN HIV Services Planning Council based in Hennepin County. She has a long term training and systems development background for the Wilder Foundation and Control Data. She delivered training and technical assistance to state adolescent health coordinators nationally though the Konopka Institute at the University of Minnesota.
How can we make serving on an MDT meaningful for all members of the team, even those who may not attend all of the meetings? Would improving team work improve service to the families and children involved? Improve your skills related to working with a team by attending this session devoted to the belief that […]