This brief tip sheet offers practical, sensitive policies and practices for engaging families, including compensation, child care, transportation, and more.
The National Technical Assistance Network for Children’s Behavioral Health (TA Network)
This research brief is a 2019 point-in-time review of states that are using Medicaid to finance family and/or youth peer support and is intended for use by multiple stakeholders engaged in the design, financing, implementation, and/or expansion of behavioral health services for children and families, including state and local family- and youth-run organizations, state Medicaid and other public child-serving agencies, Medicaid managed care organizations, providers, and other stakeholders.
Ethics are a core competency for family-run organizations (FROs) and parent peer support (PPS) providers. This workbook will be a valuable tool for parent peer support providers to use for discussion with their supervisors and peers on ethical issues they face each day with families, with colleagues, and with partners. Developed by Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA).