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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

Did you know that 1 in 5 children in America experience social, emotional and behavioral challenges?  One undisputed constant in our society is that all children who survive childhood and adolescence will become adults. For children who experience untreated behavioral health disorders, this typically results in adults who continue to struggle with symptoms, who become parents and who perpetuate this cycle. The impact of this reoccurring cycle is felt throughout our society.

For over 25 years, the National Federation of Families for Children’s Mental Health has been the nationwide advocacy organization with families as its sole focus, playing an important role in helping children, youth and their families whose lives are impacted by mental health challenges.  This important work is supported largely by the generous donors like you who contribute to our cause.

The National Federation's Annual Conference is the premier event for children and youth with mental health challenges and their families. Bringing together family members, young adults, and professionals in a safe setting, free from stigma and one that celebrates skills and successes, our annual conference generates a large amount of discussion on the current issues and trends pertaining to children's mental health, from the perspective of a family-driven and youth-guided approach.

Our 27th Annual Conference will feature many great workshops and speakers this year, joining hundreds of mental health advocates and professionals from across the nation as we work to educate and empower children, youth, and families!  Learn more...

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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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Presentation Proposal Submission

Submission details including presentation title, description, presenters, and organization will be used and printed in the final program agenda. Please be sure to clearly and correctly submit information to be printed. If accepted, you will receive one opportunity to review and make changes prior to final print of the program.

Voter Registration Toolkit

As the 2016 election cycle is approaching, it is becoming apparent that this year’s voters will be making some very important decisions. Not only will we be electing a new President, all Congressional seats are up for re-election, as are the 34 Class 3 Senate seats. This is a great opportunity to unite our voice for families and children as we cast our ballots.

To support voter registration, we have created a Voter Registration Toolkit. We have suggested that this be included in the activities for Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week but if that’s not possible due to previously scheduled activities, please consider holding a voter registration drive prior to your state’s registration deadline.

This is an opportunity for us to support our families, our young adults, and our communities. Let’s get out the vote and make sure that children’s mental health is supported through the ballot box.  Read more...

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