Email Signature and Sample Messaging
Help amplify National Foster Care Month! Use this tool and sample messages to get your networks involved in raising awareness about this year's theme, “Strengthening Minds. Uplifting Families.”
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Subject: Help Raise Awareness! May is National Foster Care Month.
Mental and behavioral health is the largest unmet need for children and teens in foster care.
This year, National Foster Care Month will help raise awareness about the importance of prioritizing mental health. This year’s theme, “Strengthening Minds. Uplifting Families,” emphasizes how it is essential to create a child welfare system that takes a holistic and culturally responsive approach to supporting the mental health needs of our nation’s diverse populations.
Visit the website to learn more about National Foster Care Month and to find tools, resources, and outreach materials to help get your networks involved!
- Share stories from foster care to highlight the importance of having access to mental health care.
- Help educate the public about the mental health needs of children and youth in foster care by sharing information and resources.
- Use our sample social media posts and pair them with the hashtag #FosterCareMonth to join in the conversation.
- Incorporate free graphics on your social media pages, website, blogs, and newsletters to show your support
Subject: Strengthening Minds. Uplifting Families – May is National Foster Care Month!
This year, National Foster Care Month will help raise awareness about the importance of prioritizing mental health because it is an essential component to overall health and well-being.
Support for mental health can mean different things to different people, and the lens with which we access mental health services must include a consideration of the culture, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, and disability of the recipient to ensure services are effective.
Use the National Foster Care Month resource collection to help talk with children, youth, and their caregivers about their mental health needs while they are engaged with the foster care system.
Learn how to incorporate conversations about mental health into everyday case planning and see how a holistic approach to mental health care can support permanency and help youth leave care with strengthened minds, holistic supports, and stable families.