Family Position Descriptions for CSA Teams
Child Welfare Information Gateway
The Child Welfare Information Gateway is a service of the Children’s Bureau, Administration for children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It provides access to resources covering a wide range of topics on child welfare including prevention, child abuse, neglect, adoption, and more.
Virginia Family Network
Mental Health America (National Mental Health Association)
The Virginia Family Network is a grassroots network of families committed
to providing opportunities that support, educate, and empower other families
with children and youth with mental health needs while also promoting family
driven and youth guided policy throughout the child serving systems. The initiative
is designed to “meet the family where they are” through activities
such as providing support groups, training, resources, and mentorship from
other families with children and youth with mental health needs. For more
information on how you can become involved with this great project, contact
Stephany Melton, Project Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 804-285-8264 x206.
Mental Health America (formerly the National Mental Health Association) is the largest nonprofit agency in America dedicated to helping people live mentally healthier lives. Mental Health America provides education, advocacy, and support to individuals and families living with mental health and substance use problems.
Medical Home Plus
Medical Home Plus, located in Richmond, Virginia, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for families with children who have special health care needs. Services offered to families include a family resource center, referral services, and health prevention services.
Family Voices is a national grassroots organization that provides information and education about ways to ensure and improve family-centered health care for children and youth with disabilities and chronic conditions.
FACES of Virginia (Foster, Adoption, & Kinship Association)
FACES of Virginia Families is a non-profit membership-driven Association offering information, support and resources for foster, adoptive and kinship families. The Virginia Department of Social Services provided the financial support to establish the Association, in an effort to support foster, adoptive, and kinship parents throughout the Commonwealth.
Parent to Parent New York State
Parent to Parent of New York State is a statewide not for profit organization with a mission to support and connect families of individuals with special needs.
This section of the website offers very practical information, tips, and helpful tools. Examples of tools include behavior modification charts for both school and home use.