Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Sound the Alarm for Kids Roundtable

Congressional Hispanic Caucus and Sound the Alarm for Kids Roundtable

April 28, 2022

On Demand

Presenters

  • Written By:
    Paul S. Viviano, MPH
    President and CEO
    Children's Hospital Los Angeles
  • Written By:
    Catherine Cortez Masto
    U.S. Senator, D-Nev.
  • Written By:
    Alex Padilla
    U.S. Senator, D-Calif.
  • Written By:
    Raul Ruiz
    U.S. Representative, D-Calif.
  • Written By:
    Grace Napolitano
    U.S. Representative, D-Calif.
  • Written By:
    Ritchie Torres
    U.S. Representative, D-N.Y.
  • Written By:
    Cliff Despres
    Communications Director
    Salud America!
  • Written By:
    Luis B. Pérez, LCSW
    President and CEO
    Mental Health Connecticut
  • Written By:
    Maria A. Ramos-Olazagasti, PhD
    Senior Scientist
    National Research Center on Hispanic Children & Families
  • Written By:
    Fred Sandoval, MPA
    Executive Director
    National Latino Behavioral Health Association

About This Event

Sound the Alarm for Kids will host a roundtable discussion with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus to explore what steps can be taken to improve kids’ mental health and ensure Hispanic children and their families have access to culturally and developmentally appropriate prevention and treatment. The roundtable is part of a series spotlighting the national emergency in child and adolescent mental health. Paul Viviano will moderate the discussion.

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