The unspoken hero of COVID-19? Technology.

On March 11, the walls of the Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) conference room were lined with sheets of sticky paper filled with plans of action. The F&CS Pandemic Emergency Management Team quickly recognized that traditional face-to-face care would be risky for staff and clients during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the largest outpatient behavioral health…

F&CS CEO and Women in Recovery present at the National Council for Behavioral Health’s NatCon18 Conference

Family & Children’s Services (F&CS) CEO Gail Lapidus and Senior Executive Director of F&CS Women in Recovery (WIR) Mimi Tarrasch presented at NatCon18, the national conference of the National Council for Behavioral Health. On April 23-25, over 5,000 like-minded leaders from across the country gathered in Washington DC to explore health care’s greatest innovations in practice improvement,…

Mobile Applications for Self-Care and Recovery

Mental health practitioners from Family & Children’s Services have reviewed and compiled the best mobile applications for mental health, self-care, and recovery. These applications are not a treatment plan, but rather a resource. Most of these applications are available in the iTunes store and can be easily accessed by clicking here. Most of these apps are free. Application…