April, 2012

Disability Network Legislative Day a BIG Success!

Disability Network/MI members gathered together in Lansing at the State Capitol on April 26th to share our stories of impact, policy position statements and rational for continued support for Centers for Independent Living (CIL).  Initial numbers indicate we had ...

Survey Shows Parental Support for Mental Health Services in Michigan Schools

A recent survey of Michigan parents provides convincing evidence of parental support for mental health initiatives in school. The survey was a cooperative effort between the Michigan Department of Education, the Michigan Department of Community Health and Parent Action for ...

Parent Network Meeting April 11

A Parent Network meeting will take place on Wednesday, April 11 from 6:30-7:30 pm at Disability Network.  Guest speaker, Jennifer Kowal, will present about various programs and services at Conflict Resolution Services, as well as strategies to resolve ...




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