Maine 2010 Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day

Mother and Child

“Mother and Child” (c) 2009 Naomi Janine, winner of G.E.A.R. Parent Network Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week poster contest

Joan Smyrski, MS, Director, Children’s Behavioral Health Services,
Office of Child & Family Services and the
Department of Health & Human Services

Cordially invite Legislators, Community Members,
Mental Health Providers, Parents, Youth and Family Organizations to

May 6, 10:30-12:30 pm, Hall of Flags
State House, Augusta, Maine

Please remember…

        Mental health is essential to children and youth’s overall well being.
Serious emotional and behavioral issues are real and treatable.
Children and youth seeking support and their families deserve
access to services that are family driven, youth guided, trauma-informed and culturally appropriate.

Endorsed by the Statewide Quality Improvement Council, Maine’s Mental Health Planning Council

For information at the national level click poster
national level

Category: Children's Mental Health Awareness