EBPI Holds Webinar to Explore the Experiences of LGBTQ+ Youth
In April, the EBPI held the first of a new event series to raise awareness, share information, and elevate community voices. Thank you to our incredible host, Liz Page, and guest speakers Shawn Bernier, and Jen and Steve Lenicheck for making our inaugural event, LGBTQ+ Youth in Massachusetts: Are the Kids Really Alright? such a success!
Advocating for Children’s Mental Health During and After COVID-19
With vaccine rollout well underway, it seems the end of the pandemic is within sight. However, we cannot overlook the emotional and psychological impact the last fourteen months have had on each of us; and especially on children and families.
Click here to see the EBPI’s recently published editorial, Dealing With the Mental Health Fallout of COVID-19.
American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 Signed Into Law
For a summary of bill provisions impacting children and families, please click here to see this helpful resource from The Institute for Innovation and Implementation at University of Maryland’s School of Social Work.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month
Join us in voicing our support for all children and families living with a behavioral health concern, and our appreciation for the countless professionals, advocates, and families who work tirelessly to affect change at the policy, systems, and practice levels.