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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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2015 Conference Call for Proposals Now Available

The National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health invites you to submit presentations for our 26th Annual Conference.

This year, we will offer distinct tracks to address the most current issues facing children, youth and young adults with mental health challenges and their families. We are looking for 60 and 90 minute workshop proposals, along with a selective number of 3-hour intensive workshop proposals, which highlight best practices and research that can be used to finance, sustain and expand excellent services and supports for children's mental health.

The goal of the 2015 annual conference is to answer critical questions that forward our mission of supporting families and providing comprehensive, integrated services that focus on prevention and early intervention in a way that is well funded and proven to be most effective.

Discussion on 'Fixing America's Mental Healthcare System'

On Thursday, February 26th, Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Representative Tim Murphy (R-PA) spoke on the need to improve our fragmented mental healthcare system.
 

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