Parents

Parents

Welcome!

Children's Behavioral Health Parent Survey for YES Training

Click here to take the Parent Training Survey by April 30th.

We need your input! Some children are involved in one or more systems, such as school, healthcare, counseling, probation, etc. When this occurs, parents have many questions and are looking for people, agencies and programs that can help their child, their family and themselves. How do families find out what is useful? 

The implementation plan for changes to the system includes training parents and caregivewrs about the new system of care, services and how to access these services. The plan is also looking to engage families in outreach and educating other stakeholders. Please take a few minutes to provide us with your thoughts and ideas regarding how you like to receive training, what types of training you prefer, and the approach we should take to engage, educate and involve parents/caregivers in the training process. 

YES Information

The State of Idaho is currently working to design and implement the Youth Empowerment Services (YES) system of care.  Because of YES, many exciting changes and improvements are coming to children’s mental health services in our state. Please take a moment to look at the information posted and feel free to submit questions, especially if you don't see the information you are looking for, using the Contact Us link. 

As the new system of care is rolled out, there will be new details to share and new resources available in your area.  If you are curious about other aspects of the YES system of care, take a look at the About YES section.  There you will find project updates, information about organizations involved in the YES project, links to community groups, and progress towards the full roll out of the YES project, which is expected in 2020.

Remember that YES is still in development and we are working hard to design resources that are family-centered and community-based.  Please check back often, as new information will be posted regularly and ask questions along the way if something is unclear.

Working together, we are confident that we can reach our goal of empowering the mental wellness of children, youth and their families!

For news and announcements, please visit the What's New page or our Communications page for brochures, handouts, and  available  recorded training. As new training is scheduled for families and others, those will be posted on the Calendar of Events.

Parent Network would like to hear from you!

Parent Voice is a project of Parent Network, an independent group of parents in Idaho that have children diagnosed with mental illness.