An Invitation for Families to Be Heard Deadline Extended Until August 19th
August 08, 2022
With the launch of the national 988 crisis line, it is a crucial time to listen to families about their experiences accessing crisis care services.
If families think it’s a crisis – it is! Families can help inform the planning and delivery of crisis services in their state by describing their experiences when they faced a behavioral health crisis with their child under age 24. This national survey offers an opportunity for families to be heard. Their response is anonymous.
To ensure that as many families as possible have an opportunity to be heard, the survey deadline has been extended two weeks and will close on August 19th.
Click below to take the survey or scan the QR code with your phone.
The survey is being conducted by the Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA), the Institute for Innovation and Implementation at the University of Maryland School of Social Work, and the Maryland Coalition of Families.