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"To Cultivate a statewide network of families, caregivers and youth that serve as a united voice that identifies and advocate for appropriate children's mental health and behavioral health supports and services in Louisiana"
MENTAL HEALTH FACTS
Every child's mental health is important. Mental health problems are very treatable. Caring families, schools and communities working together can help.
TAKING DOWN BARRIERS
A number of barriers prevent parents and youth from racial and ethnic minority populations from seeking services. We are here to help!
A DREAM COME TRUE
In 2003, Louisiana's Juvenile Justice Reform Act (1225) required that Louisiana's Board of Elementary and Secondary Education (BESE) formulate, develop and ...
MASTER PLAN INCLUDES
The identification of student's mental health needs, the matching of student's needs to local resources, the utilization of available resources.
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MY CHILD NEEDS HELP
It is a Psychiatric Emergency if your child Attempts Suicide, Experience Uncontrollable Anxiety, Acts Destructive, Hears or Sees things that do Not Exist.
WE ARE HERE TO HELP
LAFFCMH believes the best way to help is to put you in contact with a parent or caretaker in your area of the state who has been through extensive training.
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One day, Children's Mental Health and Behavioral health challenges will be accepted and treated as importantly as any other illness.
FEDERATION OF FAMILIES FOR CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH | 27TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
Louisiana Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health expresses its deepest condolences to the city of Baton Rouge in the recent tragic events that transpired in our city over the last of two weeks.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of the slain law officers and Mr. Alton Sterling.
As we remind ourselves that even in the midst of trauma, goodness and hope is there too, and our work is part of it.
If your child or any family member have been affected by these events, do no hesitate to contact us. We can offer assistance in finding resources to help you and your family feel safe and protected.
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SPECIAL STATEMENT CONCERNING TRAGIC EVENTS IN BATON ROUGE
This year the National Federation will offer multiple learning opportunities that address the most current issues facing children, young adults with behavioral health challenges and their families, and the goal is to answer critical questions that forwards our mission of Supporting Families.
Where Chicago, Illinois at the Hyatt Regency | When November 09-11, 2023