This infographic displays the roles and principles of family-run organizations.
Community Wellness & Peer Supports
“Family-run organizations have a rich history of connecting with families to share
information about services and supports available through their organizations.
Experienced family leaders contributed the following tips for effective outreach to
families based on their work in communities, regions and states.”
Each family is unique, leaving its members to be the only ones to define it – in their way, from their culture and through their truth. For children and youth with mental health needs, the definition is often complicated by circumstances that propel their journey among various living arrangements. The following resources are provided to highlight the unique needs of today’s diverse families.
The tool provides strategies for utilizing organizational data to develop targeted and universal approaches for achieving equity using 7 action steps. The plan of action can be tailored for various health sectors and specialties.
Peers for Progress is a global network of peer support organizations that address the needs of various chronic diseases, health risks, and other conditions that require ongoing health care and sustained behavior change, including but not limited to mental health challenges and illness.