Join us for the FREDLA webinar on March 11th at 2:30 ET
FREDLA: How Can It Help Me and My Family-Run Organization ~ hosted by the Family Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA).
FREDLA is a TA Network partner and newly formed association created to strengthen leadership and organizational capacity of family-run organizations at the local and state levels.
Join the webinar to learn about FREDLA’s origins, current efforts, future plans, and how you can get involved.
WHEN: Tuesday, March 11, 2:30-3:30 p.m. EST
NEW ~ Statewide Family Network Grants: Building Capacity for Family Run Organizations
FREDLA recently surveyed current and formerly funded Statewide Family Network grantees and compiled a report from the 31 organizations that responded. This report describes how Statewide Family Networks are leveraging the SFN funds they receive to positively impact the lives of children and youth with emotional, mental, and behavioral challenges and their families.
If your organization is a current or formerly funded SFN and would like your data included in this report, you can complete the survey by cutting and pasting the link below into your search engine.
Check out the newly posted Healthcare Reform resources posted on the Community of Practice Page!
NEW FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES FROM SAMHSA – Visit the FREDLA News page!
Boot Camp for Family & Youth Run Organization Leaders!
The Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association, FREDLA, is a dynamic, new organization created by a group of Executive Directors of Family-Run Organizations (FRO) in the field of children’s mental health. A Family-Run Organization supports families whose children and/or youth experience mental, emotional, and/or behavioral health challenges. FREDLA will not be a direct service provider to these families, youth and children; instead, FREDLA will serve as a professional association to support those in leadership roles of the Family-Run Organization’s. With the health care environment in the country changing rapidly over the next several years placing new challenges upon Family-Run Organization Executive Directors, FREDLA will focus exclusively on the professional and leadership development of those who are in leadership roles of the Family-Run Organization’s, realizing that only strong leadership can ensure that these organizations will thrive.
FREDLA’s Mission: To empower and strengthen executive leaders of family-run organizations focused on the well-being of children and youth with mental health, emotional or behavioral challenges and their families.