The Idaho Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health

is a family-run nonprofit organization that actively promotes and seeks solutions for mental health well being for our children and youth. We work with government, nonprofit, and for-profit organizations for the needs of children with emotional, behavioral, and mental disorders and their families. We are a chapter of the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health.

 

 

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Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week May 3-10, 2014!

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week Poster and PSA Video Contest

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We now have our new brochure in Spanish, give us a call and we can get some sent to you! 208-433-8845 or 800-905-3436

Take a look at the 2013 Advocacy Award Winners  

Spend A Few minutes To Learn A Lot About Medicaid

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Parent Webinar Series

The Idaho Federation of Families is excited to announce a new series of educational webinars specific to topics in which parents have expressed interest.  Please join us each month for a different topic.

To accommodate busy schedules we are offering each training three times during the month
1st Thursday of the month at 10 am Mountain Time
2nd Saturday of the month at 9 am Mountain Time
3rd Tuesday of the month at 9 pm Mountain Time

Month          Topic

May             Eating Disorders- What Parents Need to Know   Presented by Kristi L. Shohet, MS, LCPC                      The Eating Disorder Center in Meridian, Idaho

Advance registration and computer with internet access required.

Registration contact: 1-800-905-3436  or click the link below.

 

shutterstock_107801486Federation support is always free of cost; we work hard to provide information and referral, informal support, education and advocacy to families.

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