Donate Volunteer

Legislators frequently tell us that stories are what bring the impact of legislation to life and are what bring proposed policies to fruition. They see issue briefs, meet with lobbyists and hear statistics, but it’s the real lives of people in their communities that move them to act. In that spirit, the WCAAP joined forces with the Washington State Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (WSCCAP) to host a lunchtime learning session about child mental health on March 30th with legislators and staff in Olympia.