2016 AACAP Election Now Open!

AACAP Voting

AACAP's 2016 Election is open! This year's election positions include two Councilors-at-Large and two Nominating Committee members. All votes must be received by 11:59:59 p.m. EST on May 31, 2016.

AACAP Members, sign in and check out the candidates here. To vote, click on the icon (right) and use the personalized login credentials sent to you from Intelliscan.

Children's Mental Health Awareness

AACAP VotingMay 1-7, 2016 is National Children's Mental Health Awareness Week, and Thursday, May 5, is National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day! Follow @AACAP on Twitter, and join in the conversation by using #HeroesofHope.

SAMHSA's event on Thursday will explore how communities can increase access to behavioral health services and supports for children who experience mental or substance use disorders. To learn about the child and adolescent psychiatrist workforce crisis and to view your community's data, see AACAP's Workforce Maps by State.

Facts for FamiliesNew Policy Statement

Check out AACAP's latest Policy Statement on Transgender Youth in Juvenile Justice and other Correctional Systems.

Download the New AACAP App!

Facts for Families

Downloading the AACAP App is easy. Visit the app store on your device and search for “AACAP”. Once the App is downloaded, login with your AACAP login to access all of the features.

With the App, you can access the AACAP Member Directory keeping you connected with your peers. Or take full advantage of the feature-rich functionality to help navigate our meetings and enhance your overall AACAP experience. In addition, use the quick links designed to take you directly to Practice Parameters, as well as access AACAP’s consumer friendly resources. And so much more!

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