IPUL's E-News for May 28, 2021
Here are the highlights of our recent activity online. Not everything is included due to timeliness. If an advertised event already took place, we've left it off.
Idaho Behavioral Health Council seeks public comment on draft of new strategic plan
The Idaho Behavioral Health Council has released the first draft of its strategic plan to improve care for Idahoans with mental health and substance use disorders.

The council includes representatives from across Idaho’s three branches of government (the Executive Branch, Judicial Branch and the Idaho Legislature). Thirteen members are working collaboratively with local government, providers, community partners, and consumers of behavioral health services and their families to develop the statewide strategic plan — action-oriented recommendations that improve access to care and a timeline to accomplish them.

The public comment event is a chance to provide comments about the draft strategic plan, a copy of which is available here. A final version of the plan is expected to be published later in June.

IPUL's Lunch and Learn on Oral Health
with Stephanie Walters
If you missed our Lunch and learn last week where Angela had a conversation with Stephanie Walters where we addressed your feedback about access to dental services in Idaho, you can view it by clicking the image above, or this link right here! 
Join Us For Heroes In Plain Sight!
superhero masks
Idaho Parents Unlimited Staff and their children will be attending Heroes in Plain Sight, where we will have a booth with a fun activity! Join us and paint a Kindness Rock to take home.

Resource Event - For medically fragile children and their families.
Date -
6.5.21
Time -
1-4pm

Location -
Scentsy Commons (Eagle Rd/Pine)
2701 E. Pine Ave.
MERIDIAN, IDAHO

We are excited to be gathering in person, sharing local resources, and having inclusive activities. It will be a great time of connection and community with something for everyone. We will be providing individually packaged food and beverages.

Please share with any other families you may know with medically fragile children.
June's Statewide Training: Life after 18
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Parents and youth learn about guardianship and the alternatives to guardianship including conservatorship, power of attorney, and supported decision-making. Parents and youth are also provided information about special needs trusts and ABLE accounts. Parents and youth are also provided resources to access more information including referrals to Disability Rights Idaho. 

Taking Place Via Zoom on:
June 9, 2021 @ 6 PM MST



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Contact Idaho Parents Unlimited!

The best method to reach us for assistance is through our website:  
https://ipulidaho.org/connect-with-us#contact-us-here . You can also shoot us a question using the abbreviated version of that form at the bottom of every page on our website, although we may need to get more information from you.

We monitor our intake phone line (208-342-5884) several times a day, and will try to respond to any request there within 24 hours. We use an automated intake phone system, so you will be leaving a message.

For questions that are not about something in our scope of work, you can still leave a phone message as above, send the question to the form on our website, or shoot us an email at parents@ipulidaho.org.

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