This report provides an overview of the needs, challenges, and recommendations to support family members in caring for a loved one with mental illness.
This report provides a directory for those seeking services in their county. It can also be used to increase access and advocate for the expansion of mental health services.
This tip sheet explores stress and compassion fatigue, as well as signs of distress after a disaster. It identifies ways to cope and enhance resilience, along with resources for more information and support.
This document summarizes findings from a three-part roundtable series about intellectual or developmental disability and co-occurring mental health challenges. Includes extended examples from Delaware, Michigan, Maryland, New Mexico, and Ohio.
The Family Acceptance Project (FAP) at San Francisco State University has released a series of 8 new Asian language posters to share critical information from FAP’s peer-reviewed studies and family support work to help prevent suicide and other serious health risks and to promote well-being for Asian American and Pacific Islander LGBTQ+ children and youth. This includes new language versions of FAP’s Poster Guidance and Healthy Futures posters on the impact of family accepting and rejecting behaviors on risk and well-being for LGBTQ+ young people in Chinese (traditional and simplified), Hindi, Korean, Japanese, Punjabi, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.