Technical Assistance Partnership for Child and Family Mental Health

Helping communities build systems of care to meet the mental health needs of children, youth, and families.

As of September 30, 2013, SAMHSA is no longer funding this site. However, as a service to grantees, the American Institutes for Research will continue hosting the site. The contents will likely be changing in the next month or two. Please stay tuned for more information.

The Technical Assistance Partnership

The Technical Assistance Partnership for Child and Family Mental Health (TA Partnership), a collaboration between the National Federation of Families for Children's Mental Health and the American Institutes for Research, provides technical assistance to system of care communities that are currently funded through the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Services for Children and their Families Program.

Technical Assistance Partnership

The TA Partnership was created to assist these communities to build infrastructure that helps them create a community system of care. Since its inception, the TA Partnership has been a national resource of renowned experts who work closely with local communities to strengthen family leadership and advocacy. We provide expert consultation, communities of practice, FAQs, a monthly newsletter, and other resources to communities to improve the quality of life for children and youth with mental health problems and their families.

Learn more about the TA Partnership, our program partners, and the Child, Adolescent and Family Branch.

SAMHSA’s Summer of Learning Continues

Now that the Summer of Learning has officially launched, SAMHSA’s virtual campus is on its way to being populated with useful information coupled with interactive discussions. Learn how to engage and take advantage of both real-time and archived training sessions, groupchats, Ten-Minute Tips, One-Minute Wonders, and connect with other grantees through this social platform. Login to the virtual campus or register now! Please visit the Summer of Learning page for more information.

newsletter Webinars
  • There are no scheduled Webinars at this time. Visit the Webinars page for more information.
new communities events
  • The President spoke about the difficulties and hopes of addressing mental health issues at the National Conference on Mental Health on June 3. The conference focused on reducing stigma by increasing awareness about mental health issues. Read more and watch the presentations.
  • Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services launched to provide resources and start a national conversation around mental health.