Please join the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health for its first ever virtual conference! Workshops will be held November 10 and 12 from 1:00 pm – 4:15 pm ET.
The opening plenary panel will feature family organizations presenting on how they are using technology and social media to serve the full range of families and youth, and effective strategies to work with families to address disparities and inequities.
Breakout workshop topics include teen peer-to-peer support, developing social skills and friendships, addressing inequities in mental health, reaching and serving Latinx and other underserved families, using technology to provide peer support and other services, preventing and dealing with substance use, and understanding the impact of trauma and helping families overcome trauma, among others.
The cost is only $50/person – with a 10% discount if you register 10 or more people from your organization. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
If you would like to feature your organization, please CLICK HERE to sponsor or advertise.
Finally, we are still accepting workshop proposals until this Friday, September 11. The call for proposals can be accessed HERE.
Family Voices Colorado believes that parents of children with special health care needs should not be alone when they face the scary and confusing task of securing care for their children. Every day we give parents the information and strength they need to navigate complex health care systems in order to get things like wheelchairs, oxygen, or surgery for their children. With our help, parents are able to be the heroes their children are counting on.