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NAMI Santa Cruz County The National Alliance on Mental Illness of Santa Cruz County is part of the grass-roots, non-profit, national NAMI organization founded in 1979 by family members of people with mental illness.
Mental Health America (MHA) Mental Health America dedicates its work to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. The organization has 320 affiliates nationwide that represent a growing movement of Americans who promote mental wellness for the health and well-being of the nation—every day and in times of crisis.
CHADD Tips & Resources This is a quick list of links to resources that might be helpful.
Child Mind Institute The Child Mind Institute is dedicated to transforming mental health care for children everywhere.
Special Parents Information Network SPIN is a non-profit parent-to-parent support and information network serving parents, guardians and families in Santa Cruz and San Benito Counties who have a child or children with special needs of any age. SPIN is a Family Empowerment Center on Disabilities.
Santa Cruz County Behavioral Health Services include assessment, individual, family, and group therapy, school based day treatment, family support, and evaluation for psychiatric hospitalization.
Community Alliance for Special Education (CASE) CASE advocacy staff, thoroughly trained in special education law, helps families and school districts work together when designing appropriate special education programs for students with disabilities, who are at risk for school failure, so they can succeed in school, get a job and become productive members of their community.
State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) The State Council on Developmental Disabilities (SCDD) is established by state and federal law as an independent state agency to ensure that people with developmental disabilities and their families receive the services and supports they need.
National Resource Center on AD/HD The NRC aims to improve the health and quality of life of individuals with ADHD and their families by: expanding their knowledge and understanding of issues related to ADHD, such as access to and quality of health care, treatment and interventions, education, parenting, life management skills, relationships, workplace challenges, co-occurring conditions, gender issues, and the legal system; and raising public awareness about AD/HD through outreach and the dissemination of information. Parents, educators, advocates, and attorneys come to Wrightslaw for accurate, reliable information about special education law, education law, and advocacy for children with disabilities. - See more at:

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