Training Families to Advocate for System Change: Phase II, Replication

To replicate a successfully piloted family leadership training program, to continue to create a network of family advocates for CSHCN in California, and to disseminate the training program’s experience to a broad audience.

Pip Marks

Pip Marks, manager of Family Voices of California, talks about a new program to help families learn to advocate effectively for their children with special health care needs.

Grant Amount

$98,340

Date Awarded

April 2014

Duration

12 months

Topic(s)

Family-Centered Care, Policy and Policy Advocacy

Organization

Family Voices of California

Principal Investigator

Juno Duenas

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