Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health

A nonprofit organization

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About the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health

MACMH promotes and pursues optimal mental health from infancy to young adulthood. 

Our organization is able to continue its mission because of your support and generosity. We welcome donations of all sizes and payment plans.

At the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health (MACMH), we provide education and resources to professionals, families, and youth throughout Minnesota and beyond.

Founded in 1989, MACMH is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit whose mission is to promote positive mental health for all infants, children, adolescents, and their families.

With a number of flagship events and programs, like Fidgety Fairytales, our annual Children’s Mental Health Conference, and Infant & Early Childhood Endorsement®, MACMH is actively involved in the community, prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all we do. 

Professional Development 

In order for children to do better, families and communities must do better—and at the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health, we recognize the vital role that a skilled, ethical, culturally responsive workforce plays in that equation. 

By equipping professionals from across disciplines with knowledge and tools for the workplace, we enhance capacity statewide to serve children and families best.

Youth and Family Services

Family Education Programs focus on developing and facilitating training to provide families, community members, and professionals with tools to enhance skills of self-advocacy, navigating child welfare, mental health, juvenile justice, and education systems. 

We emphasize practical application and use best practices techniques as they relate to mental health and well-being. Our family education programs aid in obtaining the skills needed to support physically, psychologically, and emotionally healthy children.

Infant & Early Childhood Division

Grounded in the knowledge that the earliest years are critical in shaping lifelong health and wellbeing, our Infant & Early Childhood Division works to build a multidisciplinary workforce equipped to address the unique needs of children, prenatal to age 6, and their families.

Community Engagement

Promoting optimal mental health in byte-sized pieces. 

The Community Engagement & Special Projects team collaborates with other nonprofits and organizations, tying children’s mental health to various avenues of community wellness. 

Fundraising, community building, and awareness are three goals our Community Engagement team keeps in mind. We host quarterly community events and frequent fundraisers. You’ll also find us supporting other nonprofits and partners.

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Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health

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Children & Family

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23 Empire Dr, Suite 1000
Saint Paul, MN 55103



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