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the Montana Minute — Issue 23, November 2019

Family First Prevention Services Act

The Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018 is a game changer in the world of child protective services. The goal is to keep children safely within families and out of foster care. To reach that goal, the act will restructure many aspects of existing child welfare systems –including major changes to federal funding. The act allows states to use federal funds to pay for prevention services to keep children safely with their families. It also creates new standards for group home providers, requiring them to ensure that children receive appropriate treatment and stay connected to their families.

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Nov
11

ESAA Membership

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If you are at least 16 years old, reside in South eastern Montana, and want to help make the behavioral health system in Montana more responsible to the needs of the people using the system, you may become a member of the of the Eastern Service Area Authority (ESAA).

Please download and fill out and turn in the following form —Membership Form

Make sure to RSVP by November 18th with how you will attend the meeting on November 25, 2019.

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We wanted to share this opportunity with all of you to attend a Survivor of Suicide Attempt (SOSA) support group training that is being held in Cheyenne, Wyoming in February.  There is no cost for the training, but folks are responsible for travel costs.  If you are interested, please contact Lance Neiberger, with the Natrona County Suicide Prevention Task Force at 307.258.6143.

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Oct
21

Thrive Handout from July 2019

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Suicide Rates Still Rising, Especially in Rural.

On Friday, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) released a new report on county-level suicide rates, specifically comparing trends and contributing factors that varied between urban and rural areas.  Read more…

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