Family Run Organizations

A family run organization can connect the parent of a child with mental health needs to parent peer support providers – parents of children with similar needs who have skills and advice to share.

Published by: The TA Network, FREDLA

Family Run Organizations: Supporting Families, Improving Lives

This informational video by FREDLA includes written testimonies by individuals who were helped and empowered by their family run organization.

Published by: FREDLA

What Causes Anxiety and Depression – “Inside Out”

The popular children’s film, “Inside Out,” provides insight into the root causes of anxiety and depression.

Published by: Mind Set

Children’s Mental Health Disorders – A Journey

In this video published by the CDC, two families describe their experiences living with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Tourette Syndrome.

Published by: CDC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Setting Children up for Success: Beginning with IECMHC and the Center of Excellence Toolbox

The IECMHC Toolbox offers one location for information, expertise, and the motivation you need to start the Nation’s youngest children on a pathway to mental health and lifelong success.

Published by: SAMHSA

What is Intergrated Care?

Integrated care, also known as integrated health, co-ordinated care, comprehensivecare, seamless care, or transmural care, is a worldwide trend in health care reforms and new organizational arrangements focusing on more coordinated and integratedforms of care provision.

Published by: National Council for Behavioral Health

SAMHSA’s National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2016: “Finding Help.  Finding Hope.”

SAMHSA’s National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day 2016 event—“Finding Help. Finding Hope”—took place on May 5. The highly interactive format featured youth and family leaders, educators, law enforcement officials, and behavioral health professionals discussing how communities can work together to improve access to behavioral health services and supports for children, youth, and youth adults. During the event, SAMHSA presented a Special Recognition Award to this year’s Honorary Chairperson, Reid Ewing—–best known for his role as Dylan on “Modern Family”—–for sharing his personal experiences regarding mental health and for his efforts to educate others about the importance of accessing behavioral health services. Learn more at

Published by: SAMHSA

Logic – 1-800-273-8255 ( Live At The MTV VMAs 2017) Ft. Alessia Cara, Khalid

Published by: Logic Vevo
Regina Crider

Current Issues in Family-Driven Care: Caregiver Stress

The Alliance’s Executive Director, Regina Crider, appears on SAMHSA’s Knowledge Network for Systems of Care, KSOC-TV. View webcast here.

Published by: KSOC-TV

Red Ribbon Week Video for Teens

I created this video so my students would hopefully think about their drug and alcohol choices during Red Ribbon Week. As a middle school counselor I know how important this time of life is for such choices. The song in the video is “Last Train” by Lawrence Juber & Preston Reed.

Published by: thorpewa

How stress affects your brain

Stress isn’t always a bad thing; it can be handy for a burst of energy and focus.

Published by: TED-ED

African American Mental Health Voices from NAMI

This Film Explores African American Mental Health and available resources. What is it like to live with mental illness? What is recovery? What can an individual or their family do to find …

Published by:NAMI

TA Monthly Minute Bite-sized knowledge from the TA Network (SAMHSA)

Technical Assistance Network for Children’s Behavioral Health (TA Network) assists states and communities by providing the systems of care approach seeks to ensure that all needed services and supports are available to children and families in their homes and communities, and that are coordinated, individualized, family-driven, culturally and linguistically competent.

Published by: The TA Network