FREDLA and SAMHSA seeking national survey respondents

Seeking Participants for National Survey on Supports Families Provide During the Transition Years


Pathways RTC and the Family-Run Executive Director Leadership Association (FREDLA)<> are collaborating on a new national survey of family members and young adults who receive or have received support to document the kinds and amount of support – financial, emotional and other help – that families and other allies provide for young people with behavioral health needs during the transition years (16–25 years old). This information will inform youth- and family-run organizations, policy makers and service planners about the needs and preferences of both young people and their families.
You are invited to participate in this survey if you:
–  have experience as a family member or ally of a young person with behavioral health challenges for whom you provided support during their transition years.
– you are a young adult currently 18 years or older who experienced behavioral health challenges during your transition years, and you received support from a family member or ally during that time.

For the purpose of this survey, “family member/ally” could be a parent, foster parent, grandparent, aunt/uncle, sibling, family friend or other adult ally.

Learn more here:

Take the Family/Ally survey »<>

Take the Young Adult survey »<>

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