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Mental Health Patient Family Advisory Council

Mission

 

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The Mental Health Patient Family Advisory Council will work in partnership with the Children’s Mercy staff members to advocate on behalf of families for the best quality of care. The council will serve as a resource for parents or guardians to provide input on policies and procedures, enhance communication, and expand education for patients and families in both inpatient and outpatient settings.

Contact Us

Angela Guzman
Masters Social Worker
aguzman@cmh.edu

DeeJo Miller
Program Manager, Patient and Family Engagement
dkmiller@cmh.edu

Application

If you have read through the bylaws and feel like this committee would be a good fit for you, please fill out an application.

Parents Offering Parent Support (POPS)

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