We're Working for You!
MASP is always looking for ways to ensure safe schools, positive school climate, and comprehensive mental health services for children in Missouri as well as to improve the practice of School Psychology. Board Chairs Rachele Teson and Katya Sussman are constantly advocating for you and your students. Please contact them with concerns and follow us on social media to hear about our recent efforts.
These great tools can help you when communicating to other about our role and how it supports kids:
Handouts used for 2017 Mental Health Advocacy Day at the Capitol
National education and mental health issues information is available through the NASP Advocacy Center. The center allows you to quickly and effectively take action as well as to identify your local officials.