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All Michigan children and youth with emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges and their families live in a safe, welcoming community with access to needed services and supports.

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Contact Us! Main Office (Lansing): (517) 372-4016 and in Oakland County: 248-212-0847

ACMH Job Opportunity: ACMH Parent Support Partner Lead Trainer: The Parent Support Partner Trainer supports the Statewide Coordinator by preparing for and conducting trainings, provides coaching support, and helps coordinate technical assistance and professional development meetings. Other duties include helping with evaluations for the training, help in refinements to trainings, technical assistance and curriculum. Click here to read more and find out how to apply.

ACMH Job Opportunity: ACMH Statewide Family Resource Specialist (Full Time): Must be a parent and/or primary day-to-day caregiver of a child with serious emotional, behavioral, and/or mental health challenges (SED) who has received mental health services. Experience with child serving organizations (CMH, DHS, Court, School) preferred. Individuals who are bi-lingual are strongly encouraged to apply. Click here to read more and find out how to apply.

Pediatric Mood & Anxiety Research Study - Recruiting Volunteers

ACMH Response to the Sandy Hook Tragedy (Statement) (Resources)

New Resource: Going Beyond Insurance Coverage: Actionable Ways to Protect Your Family's Health

National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health logo Association for Children's Mental Health (ACMH) is Michigan's statewide chapter of the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health!

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Parents, caregivers and family members: If you would like to receive updates about ACMH events, trainings, critical issues and key legislative activities related to children's mental health, click here to sign up to become a member of the ACMH Parent Listserve. You will receive an email automatically alerting you to important happenings. Thank you for your ongoing committment and support of the Association for Children's Mental Health!

ACMH is now a NIMH Outreach Partner. Learn more today!

Download the NIMH Outreach Partnership Program Update for June 1, 2014 . (Added 6-3-14)

Watch NIMH's Brain Basics Video