The Paid Family Caregiving for Children with Medical Complexity and Disabilities webinar is a valuable resource for families.
Every time there is a fifth Wednesday in a month, we go live at noon to hear your feedback and questions, share what’s been going on at Families as Allies…
Our Mississippi Legislative Update follows bills to help you make the best decisions for your children and family.
March 21 is World Down Syndrome Day, and the theme is With Us Not For Us. We at Families as Allies resonate with that theme and encourage all of you to watch this video that brings home why this message is so important.
These are Families as Allies initial comments about the Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM)'s Intellectual Disabilities/Developmental Disabilities (ID/DD) Waiver renewal application.
The Mississippi Department of Mental Health (DMH) receives federal grant money from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to help adults and children with mental illnesses or…
In our legislative update, Families as Allies is following several bills related to children and families and the issues that affect them.
The third progress report of Dr. Michael Hogan in the United States v. Mississippi mental health system lawsuit,was released March 6.
If you're a social worker, psychiatrist, psychologist or another professional in mental health, we're asking you to take a brief survey.
March is Women's History Month, and it heartbreakingly began with the death of Judy Heumann, "the mother of the disability movement."