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May is Mental Health Awareness/Acceptance Month

 

As we enter Mental Health Month this May, it is with great pride that we continue the tradition established in 1949 by Mental Health America. Every year, millions of Americans join us in promoting awareness, providing vital resources and education, and advocating for the mental health and well-being of all. In MHA'S 2024 Mental Health Month toolkit, you will learn how the modern world affects mental health and you will find new resources to help you navigate difficult times. We aim to empower you to take action. There are numerous ways to do that, from building up your coping toolbox to advocating for improved mental health in your community.

Our Mission

NC Families United supports and unites the voices of children, youth, and families with mental health concerns to educate, support and advocate for improved services and lives.

What We Do

Helping The Community

Link families to State and community partners for the purpose of improving the lives of children, youth, and families with emotional, behavioral, or mental health needs.

Reinforcing our Commitment

Focus active attention on the unique strengths and needs of these children and their families by educating and advising policymakers, service providers, other advocacy organizations.

One Step at a Time

Actively promote policies and procedures that serve the best interests of these children, youth, and their families through work with State and local officials. Actively promote, model, and adhere to the values and principles of System of Care.

Our Vision

Children/Youth with serious emotional, behavioral and/or mental health challenges and their families will have a family driven, child focused System of Care to ensure their independence, safety, happiness and success in their homes, schools, and their communities.

Contact NC Families United

114 Ridge St #645, Lenoir nc 28645

(980)-349-5333

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