Need help? Crisis Planning for Families on Dec 3Comments Off on Need help? Crisis Planning for Families on Dec 3
Voices for Virginia’s Children and its Campaign for Children’s Mental Health are pleased to be partnering with NAMI Virginia‘s Virginia Family Network to host a training for families of children with mental health needs on crisis planning. We hear often from parents and other family members that they did not know what to do when a child’s condition deteriorated to the point of crisis. Parents, siblings and everyone in the household can be affected, so it helps to plan ahead. We’ll have a panel of speakers to address how to avoid a crisis if at all possible, how to plan in case there is one, and what resources are available in the Richmond area.
Here are the details:
Crisis Planning for Families
of Children with Mental Health Needs
Monday, December 3, 2012
5403 Monument Ave, Richmond, VA 23226
Panel includes mental health clinicians, a police officer trained in crisis response, a parent and a youth. Come with questions!
The training is FREE and dinner is included. Child care stipends and travel reimbursements are available, but you must register!
Please register at:
Questions? Please contact Stephany Melton Hardison at the Virginia Family Network (firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-285-8264 x206) or Margaret Nimmo Crowe at the Campaign for Children’s Mental Health (email@example.com or 804-649-0184 x23).
If you would like to distribute hard copies of a flyer about this training, we have one available to download: Crisis Planning Flyer
Special thanks to the Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services for their generous support of this training.