About The Illinois Children’s Mental Health Partnership

In 2003, the Children’s Mental Health Act was passed, creating the Illinois Children’s Mental Health Partnership, a statewide public/private partnership, to develop a plan to build a comprehensive and coordinated mental health system to better address the needs of Illinois children, adolescents, and their families. By statute, ICMHP is comprised of each child-serving state agency, 25 experts representing a broad range of experiences, such as community mental health, children and family advocates, early childhood, education, health, substance abuse, violence prevention, and juvenile justice.

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How You Can Help

Here are ways you can help protect our progress:
  • Educate yourself! Sign-up for emails to keep up-to-date on news, resources, trainings and events, and policy updates.
  • Raise your voice! Encourage your legislators to support children’s mental health initiatives locally, statewide, and across the country.
  • Contact us! Send us your ideas, comments, and questions about children and adolescent mental health in Illinois.
  • Join us! Get involved with our committees.
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