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The Community Technical Assistance Center of New York (CTAC) works to provide you and your organization with the knowledge, tools, skills, and resources that will best improve the health outcomes of all participants who utilize your services.
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey to share your training and technical assistance needs. They need your input to ensure they are aligning their training efforts to best support you. The survey will be available until Friday, October 11th. Thank you in advance for your participation.
Calling all peers!

If you are at least 18 years of age, employed for at least six months as peer support staff in a setting that provides mental health-related treatment and/or recovery-oriented services, and reside in one of the 50 States in the U.S. or in one of the five U.S. Territories, you are invited to participate in this online survey that takes about 20 minutes to complete.

NEW Family Peer Advocate Training's Announced!

Rochester, NY November 6-7;
Brentwood, NY January 30-31

The Parent Empowerment Program (PEP) Training is a combination of online modules, a 2 day, in-person training and 12 coaching calls. Completion of the PEP training is a requirement for the Family Peer Advocate Professional Credential. Registration forms and more information about the PEP training and FPA Credential can be found on the FTNYS website under the Workforce Development tab.

FTNYS and YP! have launched pages on both our websites on the new Children and Family Treatment and Support Services. Take a look:

FTNYS Releases Our Fall Policy Committee Report

In our Fall FTNYS Policy Committee Report, read about our latest efforts to advocate for systems change for mental health, juvenile justice, addiction, child welfare, and developmental disabilities. Highlights include an overview of our legislative and budget priorities, updates on Raise the Age, Family First Implementation, and recent developments in special education.