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WMU: Why College Students Need Care; Revised ‘Katie A.’ Manual, New STRTP Criteria Released

The Weekly MashUp is a recurring segment on Hear Me Out, the Young Minds Blog, highlighting the most pertinent local and national news for children’s mental health advocates. If you haven't already, sign up to be on our email list to get the Weekly MashUp delivered to your inbox each week! News: College Students [...]

WMU: Apple Called Out; Homeless LGBT Youth; New CSEC Guidance

The Weekly MashUp is a recurring segment on Hear Me Out, the Young Minds Blog, highlighting the most pertinent local and national news for children’s mental health advocates. If you haven't already, sign up to be on our email list to get the Weekly MashUp delivered to your inbox each week! News: Can Teens [...]

SAVE THE DATE! CREATIVE ADVOCACY 2018

Young Minds Advocacy's 3rd Annual Creative Advocacy is coming up! Each year, we host an evening that uplifts art and advocacy, and seeks to celebrate advocates of youth mental health — including young people that speak through their art. We’d love for you to join us, so please save the date: Saturday, April 28th, 2018 from 6 - 9 [...]

“Katie” Turns 15: How the Katie A. Lawsuit Has Reduced Youth Institutionalization and Expanded Opportunities for Thousands of Young People in CA with Mental Health Needs

Today marks a significant anniversary in the landmark California youth mental health case, Katie A. v. Bonta. On December 20, 2002, attorneys representing thousands of foster youth with serious mental health needs filed a federal lawsuit against the State of California and Los Angeles County for failing to provide foster youth with necessary mental [...]

Governor Signs AB 1299: “Out-of-County” Will No Longer Mean “Out-of-Luck” for Foster Youth with Mental Health Needs

On Sunday, Governor Jerry Brown signed AB 1299 (Ridley-Thomas), “Medi-Cal Specialty Mental Health Services for Foster Youth,” into law. This represents a significant turning point in the delivery of mental health services to foster youth in California: “out-of-county” will no longer mean “out-of-luck.” The passage of AB 1299 also demonstrates what’s possible when advocates, providers, [...]

News for the Week of January 4, 2016

The Weekly MashUp is a recurring segment on Hear Me Out, the Young Minds’ Blog, highlighting the most pertinent local and national news for children’s mental health advocates. If you haven't already, sign up to be on our email list to get the Weekly MashUp delivered to your inbox automatically, every Friday! Pipeline to Prison [...]

By |2016-11-17T17:26:03+00:00January 8th, 2016|The Weekly Mash Up|0 Comments

“We Have to Raise Strong Children, Not Fix Broken Ones”

Highlights from Lincoln Child Center’s Youth Mental Health Forum By Irene Cantizano, Communications Intern Last Friday, the Lincoln Child Center, a mental health provider organization in Oakland, hosted a Youth Mental Health Forum aimed at identifying ways to best meet the mental health needs of children and youth in California. The forum included a panel [...]

By |2016-11-17T17:26:13+00:00January 28th, 2015|Featured Posts, Policy Action|0 Comments