Black History Month: An Opportunity to Learn We Are Alike

Cultural Humility is a lifelong commitment to self-evaluation to improve relationships with people who have different backgrounds.

What is Child Find?

Child Find means that school districts are legally required to actively look for children who might need special education services.

Informed in Five: Parent Peer Support Coaching

Families as Allies was thrilled to be the guest on Informed in Five, a webcast produced by the Mississippi Parent Training and Information Center. In this episode, we focused on our parent-to-parent, peer-support coaching group.

Virtual Family Support Meeting - Feb. 4

Family-support meeting for parents or caregivers raising a child to check in with each other, discuss problems and concerns, and support one another.

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Procedural Safeguards: What is Child Find? - Feb. 5 webinar

The "What is Child Find?" webinar walks you through what schools are legally required to do for children who may need special services.

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Supportive Coaching for Parents Supporting Other Parents - Feb. 17

Monthly meeting and online gathering to coach and support parents who are helping other parents in any system.

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Taraji P. Henson's Mental Health Talk Show: A Must See

"When it was time to seek help, no one looked like me."

Black Pioneers in Mental Health

Black Americans' contributions to the field of mental health have been long overlooked. Check out these trailblazers in the mental health field.

PAX Tools

PAX Tools for School@Home provides parents and caregivers with research-based strategies to increase their children's focus, motivation, stamina, and a number of other skills that specifically help children improve their study habits and outcome when learning.