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We invite you to establish your company as a mental health leader by securing your sponsorship at this year’s National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health’s 27th Annual Conference.

27th Annual Conference

The only national conference dedicated solely to ​issues that impact children and young adults with behavioral health challenges and their families.

 

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Making a donation is one of the easiest ways you can help the National Federation. Your tax deductible donation helps us to continue our mission by providing us the ability to create new resources, materials, and information for our chapters, members and the general public to use. Consider making a donation using one of the options below.

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Getting involved is another great way you can help support the National Federation. We utilize our membership to be our eyes and ears at the local level. Consider joining your local organization to help us expand the mission.
 
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Creating awareness can come in a variety of ways. Every year, we help our membership by providing numerous awareness week supplies including ribbons, balloons, and more. Check out our online store to get all the items you need any time of the year. All proceeds go directly to the National Federation.
 
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Parent Support Provider Update - April 2014

The National Federation, the Board of Directors and the Certification Commission for Family Support are excited about 2014 and the Parent Support Providers Certification Initiative.  We are all working to increase this workforce initiative with the goal of having of a cadre of Certified Parent Support Providers (CPSP) in every state and community across the country.

Let Your Voice Be Heard!

The Subcommittee on Health, chaired by Rep. Joe Pitts (R-PA), held a hearing this morning (Thursday, April 3rd) to focus on the Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act, introduced on December 12th, 2013 by Congressman Tim Murphy (R-PA). 

 

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