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SM-15-001 Individual Grant Awards 2015Statewide Family Network Program
|Award Number||Organization||Grantee State Sort descending||City||Funding amount|
|1 HR1 SM062126-01||
The Family Involvement Center (FIC) will become the statewide family network organization for the parents of children, youth, and young adults who have serious behavioral and mental health challenges in Arizona. The "Catalysts for Change(CFC) " project, will increase our abilities to further recruit, train, and mobilize diverse parent, youth, and young adults from around the state to provide mutual aid and to participate in state policy boards and advocacy events. FIC will work on the following goals and objectives:
|1 HR1 SM062121-01||
Parents, Let's Unite for Kids, Inc. (PLUK) Parent Center Network has served Montana families since 1984 and plans to build on successful strategies to inform and empower the 10,000 families and children statewide who deal with mental health issues.
|1 HR1 SM062130-01||
The Oregon Family Support Network (SFSN) will focus on families in rural Oregon and within special populations, including Latino, Native American, and families with youth transitioning to independent living.
|1 HR1 SM062129-01||
The Tennessee Statewide Family network at the Mental Health Transformation Alliance will develop, enhance, and sustain an independent and diverse family and youth voice statewide, supporting families in being a driving force behind system transformation in the children's mental health arena and enabling families and youth to navigate the child-serving system.
|1 HR1 SM062120-01||
To help serve youth with severe emotional disturbance (SED) and their families, the Mountain State Parents Children and Adolescent Network (MSPCAN) has developed a Statewide Family Network project to ensure self-sufficient, empowered family networks that will effectively participate in mental health services planning and health care reform activities related to improving community-based services for children and adolescents with SED and their families.