This training focuses on the screening to services pathway for people with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities. Current research on common barriers and inequalities along this pathway will be discussed and placed in the context of Maryland populations. We will analyze best practices for care coordination and reducing barriers to accessing care as well as examine case study examples. We will also discuss practice elements associated with effective engagement outcomes. After this seminar, participants will be able to analyze their own work flows and utilize some of these strategies to improve care coordination in their own communities and target engagement early and throughout the treatment process.