Two extraordinary national events for only one plane fare!
FREDLA is one of twenty national organizations to partner with the National Council for Behavioral Health for Hill Day, September 17–18, the biggest behavioral health advocacy event of the year! FREDLA’s 2019 Leadership Summit will be held on September 19th.
Please join us to be part of a national policy agenda, enjoy exciting presenters, meet other family leaders, share your expertise and learn new information!
Space will fill up fast for this exciting event so don't delay - REGISTER TODAY!
FREDLA'S Summary Report from the 2017 Survey of Family-Run Organizations
Supporting Family, Community, and Nonprofits Post Election
All would agree that this has been an unusual election year and for some it has been traumatizing. Sadly, many schools and communities have experienced incidents of racism, intolerance and bigotry. FREDLA has compiled a post-election resource list with articles for families about talking to children after the election and for non-profits about things to consider moving forward after the election. As grassroots family organizations we are on the frontline and can be change agents to combat disrespectful comments and events in our communities.
Family leaders are faced with a wide array of challenges as they implement, expand and sustain family voice, involvement and leadership at a local, state and national level. As a result, FREDLA has formed The Learning Community for Family Leaders to offer peer-driven technical assistance and support for family leaders connected to System of Care funded AND non-funded sites and family-run organizations.
The Learning Community for Family Leaders occurs on the fourth Thursday of each month at 3pm Eastern Time.