Asking for Help is a Sign of Strength

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Resources that strengthen families will support safely reducing the number of children entering and remaining for an extended period of time in the foster care system. The National Parent Helpline® will be an important family-strengthening resource for parents in crisis or before crises occur.
William C. Bell, President and CEO, Casey Family Programs

When asking for help is a sign of strength, it’s important to have easy, accessible, reliable and supportive places for parents to seek help. The National Parent Helpline® promises to be an important resource for parents and other caregivers throughout the country. The National Alliance of Children’s Trust and Prevention Funds will share this valuable information with our state members, colleagues, parent partners and others working to strengthen families through our Early Childhood Initiative.
Teresa Rafael, Executive Director, National Alliance of Children’s Trust and
Prevention Funds

NASW is proud to partner with Parents Anonymous® Inc., as the health of our nation’s children and families is a critical concern for the social work profession. Parents Anonymous® Inc. launched the National Parent Helpline® to provide vital services and resources for parents and caregivers that face the considerable challenge of caring for children in today’s society. Based on a strengths-based model, National Parent Helpline® trained advocates will provide parents and caregivers with the help, referrals, and resources they need, and in turn those parents can use their knowledge to build stronger, healthier communities.
Elizabeth J. Clark, MSW, PhD, Executive Director, National Association of
Social Workers

Too often, even the best parents and caregivers feel isolated and don’t know where to turn for support. By providing a vital resource to connect parents to the supports they need, the National Parent Helpline® will empower families and strengthen communities across the nation.
Bryan Samuels, Commissioner, Administration on Children, Youth and Families,
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services