Mississippi Medicaid Increases Telehealth Support in Schools


Telehealth for schools has been expanded by the Mississippi Division of Medicaid during the COVID-19 crisis.

Join the Hinds County MAP Team

The Hinds County MAP team brings families together to discuss mental health issues and solutions for the children in their care.

Upcoming Webinars: Support with School Advocacy

We have two upcoming webinars: "Family Driven Education Advocacy" on August 28th and "Complaining vs Complaints" on September 11th.

Virtual Family Support Meeting - Aug. 20th


Famly 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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Family Driven Education Advocacy - Aug. 28th


Understanding and accessing your child's and family's rights in the education system can be confusing, especially when your child has a disability (or you suspect they do). This webinar will support families and those working with them in understanding their basic rights and what families can do if they believe their children's rights have been violated.

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Mental Health America's Annual Conference - Sept. 3rd & 4th

Mental Health America understands that racism undermines mental health. Therefore, we are committed to anti-racism in all that we do. This means that we pledge to work against individual racism, interpersonal racism, and institutional racism in all their forms.

Complaining vs Complaints: How to Use the Law Without a Lawyer to Help Your Child - Sept. 11th


This webinar helps families and those working with them understand how the formal state complaint process can be used when issues arise with special education. Participants will also be supported in understanding how formal complaint processes often bring more positive results than simply complaining does.

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Virtual Summit CWLA - Oct. 6th-8th

Our world has changed significantly over the last several months. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the strengths and weaknesses of the systems, policies, and philosophies that shape how child welfare services are organized and delivered for populations that are vulnerable.

Parents & Families Mississippi Thrive

See how Hannah and her mother use Vroom® tips to manage their time staying safe at home during COVID-19, learning to take things One Day at a Time.

Reach Mississippi: Early Childhood Parent-to-Parent

Brittany Herrington

A new initiative this school year for families of Pre-K and Kindergarten students. First virtual meeting is Thursday, September 10th at noon.