Voices has been a leader in advocating for improved children’s health policies since its inception in 1994. Over the years, we have been a key player in advocating on a number of health issues, including

  • improving access to health insurance for children and pregnant women,
  • expanding Medicaid and FAMIS coverage of mental health services, and
  • increasing access to mental health services for children, including those in juvenile detention.

The Campaign for Children’s Mental Health

Voices has assembled a broad coalition to mount the first-ever comprehensive effort to build public and political support for much-needed reforms to Virginia’s child mental health service system. To learn more about the Campaign for Children’s Mental Health, visit the website at