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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 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...

Introduction of Mental Health Reform Act of 2015

Today, Senators Chris Murphy (D-CT) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) are introducing their long-awaited mental health reform legislation.  The text of the bill is not yet available, but will be soon.  We have seen an advance copy and spoken with Senator Murphy’s staff this afternoon to confirm what is in it.  I want to share with you links to the press statement and blog that we have just issued in response to the legislation.

Spoiler alerts: it is similar to HR2646 in its overall approach to mental health reform.  There are some noteworthy differences, but it incorporates many of the provisions for which MHA was credited with getting into HR2646.  It also makes no changes to Protection and Advocacy services available to people with mental illnesses.