Part I- The Problem
Part I, Simplified.
Basically, Part 1 of our Scope of Work simply states the problem. It is important that we state the problem before we try to solve it.
Part II- How We Will Assess It
Part II, Simplified.
Essentially, we will begin by collecting a TON of data. It's important that we know as much as possible in order to be successful. Firstly, we will analyze data that already exists. Secondly, we will gather our own data with independent community polling, using new fields of technology, social sciences, and advanced means of technology. This will be our way to make sure that we collect the best data possible.
Part III- How We Will Remedy It
Part III, Simplified.
The goal here is to use our data to see what students need. With those ideas, we will be able to organize the resources our community has to best work for students. This may involve creating specialized plans to help students in different situations.
Part IV- Conclusion
Part IV, Simplified.
Again, it's another game with numbers. If we can see that our crisis has been significantly impacted, when we will move onto maintaining a better mental health landscape.
There are some words in this plan that will be keywords through research and development.
Take a chance to familiarize yourself with them.
Youth Mental Health Crisis - the current state of mental health in our community, where there is a disconnection of resources and people
Community - the residents of Gunnison and their organizations
Independently Collected Data - data that is collected through a new system created by The Gunnison Project
Students - any member of the Gunnison youth between ages 12 and 18