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The UACF PPC Monthly Network Call

On the last Tuesday of every month, UACF hosts a conference call that is open to all members and friends of the PPC. Topics include Supporting Families through the Juvenile Justice System, Supporting Families with Children on the autism Spectrum, Impact of Trauma on Children 0-5, Engaging Cooperation and Through Choice and Preference.

These monthly calls are a great opportunity to network with fellow Parent Partner/Family Advocates and to discuss what is happening around the state.The PPC is kept up to date through the monthly PPC calls on mental health policy issues by UACF’s Director of Policy and Research. If you would like to see our full Policy Platform, please click here. UACF also conducts quarterly incentive drawings for all participants. To become a member of the PPC or to find out more information, please contact our office today!

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The Impact of Traumatic Events on Children and Famili
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Dr. Haney. Florida Crisis Consortium

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Supporting Families Through the Juvenile Justice Syste
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Sandena Bader, SAFE Family and Youth Coordinator,
Sacramento Advocacy for Family Empowerment

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Supporting Families with Children on the Autism Spectrum
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Monica Adrian, Merced County Office of Education,
Early Education Department Caring Kids & Abrienda Puerta

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Engaging Cooperation Though Choice and Preferenc
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call & Incentive Drawing

Presenter: Dr, Meme Hieneman, First Coast Positive Behavior
Support, Corp

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Being Prepared: IEP Toolkit
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Michaele Beebe, UACF Policy and Research Director

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Understanding and Working with Different Personalities
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Phil Bristol, Projectivity-Solutions

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What is positive Behavior Support?
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call & Incentive Call

Presenter: Michael Lombardo, Director Interagency Facilitation/PBIS Project Director, Placer County Office of Education

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Preventing Bullying
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Carmen Baldizon, Community Services Counselor, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Family and Community Partnership/PEI

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Simple Steps to be More Organized
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call

Presenter: Jenny Sarantis, former editor, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and Home School Teacher

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Managing Stress, Simple Techniques to Stay Stress Free
Parent Partner Coalition (PPC) Monthly Call & Incentive Drawing

Presenter: Dan Thorne, Program Director, Harbor View Community Service Cente

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If you or a loved one is in immediate crisis, please call 911 or visit the nearest emergency room.

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)