Highlights Affiliate members who are taking more leading roles and expanding the reach of the Network; a former resource parent who now co-chairs a collaborative group; two grantees that joined during the pandemic; and the dedication of the Anti-Racism Summit Initiative faculty who have developed Principles of Anti-Racist Organizations. And, our new NCTSN partner, the Family Acceptance Project demonstrates how including families promotes well-being for their LGBTQ+ children and youth. These are all the kinds of collaborations that bolster our ability to best serve children and families. The vibrancy of our collaborations shines through in this summer issue of IMPACT.
Published in 2022