Experience of parents/caregivers with mental health needs who have children being served in systems of care needed!

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If you want to be part of an effort to learn more about how communities engage and support parents/caregivers with mental health needs, who have children being served in systems of care, then consider participating in an exciting new project. The Technical Assistance Partnership for Child and Family Mental Health is initiating an effort to learn more about how communities engage and support parents/caregivers with mental health needs, who have children being served in systems of care. They are particularly interested in the sub-group of parents with mental health needs who are simultaneously involved with the child welfare system. The project is being led by Dr. Barbara Friesen, with the support of Dr. Joanne Nicholson and Ms. Judith Katz-Leavy.If you have successful experiences in this area, think about sharing your stories with them—what strategies you have developed to overcome challenges, what has worked to support these parents and caregivers as well as what hasn’t. Please email your stories and thoughts to Barbara Friesen at friesenb@pdx.edu, or if you prefer, call Barbara at 503-725-4166.

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