Keep the Ball Rolling for Children’s Mental Health

 

 

Parent Voice Survey – A project of the Parent Network

The goal of this and future surveys will be to gather opinions and stories from parents of mentally ill children around the state so that your voices can also be heard. Together we can help create the system of care that our children need.

We ask that parents in Idaho with children diagnosed with a mental illness take a moment to fill out the survey and have their voices heard.

Please complete the following questions so that we may take your information directly to those who are working to create a better system for all of us and our children.

 

The implementation of the Jeff D Settlement has transitioned into YES – Youth Empowerment Services. Check out the new webpage that provides information about the Children’s Mental Health Reform (CMHR) Project which is developing a new system of care for Idaho children and youth with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED).

Visit the YES WEBSITE

http://www.youthempowermentservices.idaho.gov/

 

 

 

 

Webinar Series

Webinar Series

 October Webinar

“Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, and Prevention in Children’s Mental Health”

October 26th 10:00 AM  MDT

Presented by  Roger Olson Psy.D. 

 

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.

shutterstock_107801486Federation support is always free of cost; we work hard to provide information and referral, informal support, education and advocacy to families. Read More
shutterstock_112984447   Youth M.O.V.E National is a youth led national organization devoted to improving services and systems that support positive growth and development by uniting the voices of individuals who have lived experience in various systems including mental health, juvenile justice, education, and child welfare Read More