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The golf tournament will be held at the private Catta Verdera Country Club on Monday, April 25, 2016 at 9:00 am. The tournament will begin with a four (4) person Shotgun Scramble, including 18 holes of golf with golf cart and range balls, lunch, appetizers, cash bar and an awards dinner with auction. Enjoy a day of golf on a premier, members only golf course while supporting children, youth and families working toward mental wellness. The guest speaker of the event will be the Honorable Patrick J. Kennedy, a national champion on mental health and the author of the Mental Health Parity Act; Founder, Kennedy Forum on Community Mental Health; Co-Founder, One Mind. He will speak on the importance of mental wellness within families.

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The transition of AB 3632 to AB114

AB 3632 is now AB 144. What does this mean for your child’s IEP? 

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The UACF Hope Line is a message system for parents and caregivers that provides resources and connections to individuals in your community that may be able to assist you in finding appropriate support services for your child’s mental health needs. Feel free to leave a message on the UACF Hope Line and your call will be returned as promptly as possible.

Hope Line: 1-877-ASK-UACF (275-8223)