--()--A photo is available on Business Wire's website and AP PhotoExpress of the check presentation at Campbell Union High School District in Campbell, California on September 20, 2012. Photo includes representatives from EMQ FamiliesFirst, El Camino Hospital Community Benefit and Campbell Union High School District.
The grant will be used to continue the APS program for the Campbell Union High School District’s five high schools and the Child & Adolescent Mobile Crisis Program that is an intervention service for youth in Santa Clara County who are in severe psychological crisis such as suicide.
EMQ FamiliesFirst http://www.emqff.org/about/agency/backgrounder.shtml does whatever it takes to help children and families in crisis. The agency is recognized for innovative mental health treatment, foster care and social services that help families recover from trauma, abuse and addiction, and rebuild their lives. EMQ FamiliesFirst fights for sustainable change and advocates for improvements in the local, state and federal systems that serve children in need. For more information, please visit http://www.emqff.org.