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Children's Mental Health Awareness Week

"Finding Help, Finding Hope"

As national events continue to illuminate the critical need for mental health care reform in this country, we must increase our efforts to educate the nation about the importance of prevention and early identification of mental health challenges. We must also highlight the fact that children are an integral part of a family unit and create an understanding amongst policy leaders and practitioners that healthy families are better equipped to support resilient children. Legislation, policies, and practices must fully endorse the undisputed importance of full family engagement and participation in the care and treatment of their children. Further, we must advocate for a holistic approach to children's mental health that includes the provision of supports that strengthen the family as they nurture resiliency.

Please join us as we create a national dialogue about the importance of finding help, finding hope.

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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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National PSP Recertification Application

As many of you know, our first recertification dates are quickly approaching.  The information below is to assist with the recertification process. The Commission has worked to make this process as simple as possible, in an effort to cut down on the amount of documentation that must be submitted.

I am also including the process for requesting an Inactive status, in the event that you are not currently moving forward with recertification. A certified PSP may request an Inactive status for up to three years. Upon invoking an Inactive status, you will no longer be privileged to use the title “nationally certified Parent Support Provider” until you once again activate your status. If certification is not reactivated within the three year period, the individual will be required to complete the full certification process, should they later decide to become certified.  Learn More...

2015 Conference Silent Auction

The Georgia Parent Support Network, Inc. is proud to announce that they will be hosting the silent auction for the National Federation of Families' 26th Annual Conference!

While attending our 26th Annual Conference, make sure to attend the Silent Auction!  Every year, we have a great selection of items to bid on. This year, let's make this the best auction the National Federation of Families has ever seen!  By donating items, you'll be making a tax-deductible contribution that will help the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health continue to help make life better for children and youth in need.  Won't you consider donating items to support the continued work?

Please let us know if you plan to donate to the silent auction this year!  We'd love to promote the wonderful items online for our attendees to see what they can bid on at the conference.  Learn more...

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