The California Caregiver Resource Centers, the Statewide Resources Consultant, and the Department of Mental Health met throughout the year to craft the strategic plan for the CRC system effective July 1, 2001 through June 30, 2003.
The CRC system is a dynamic statewide network of 11 nonprofit caregiving resource centers, their respective Boards of Directors and Advisory Committees, and the Statewide Resources Center established by the Department of Mental Health under The Comprehensive Act for Families and Caregivers of Brain-Impaired Adults. Family Caregiver Alliance serves as the San Francisco Bay Area California Caregiver Resource Center, as well as the Statewide Resources Consultant.
Consistent with the mission statement (…the CRC system helps families and communities master the challenges of caring for persons with brain impairing conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease, stroke, Parkinson's and traumatic brain injury…) highlights of the system-wide goals are as follows:
For more information about California's CRC system, contact Monique Parrish at (800) 445-8106.
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