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Susan McParland

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Executive Director

Phone: (859) ***-****  HQ Phone
MACED
433 Chestnut Street
Berea, Kentucky 40403
United States

Company Description: MACED works with people in eastern Kentucky and Central Appalachia to create economic opportunity, strengthen democracy and support the sustainable use of natural...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    MACED
  • Board Member
    Michigan Association for Children With Emotional Disorders
  • Board Member
    Michigan Association for Childrenwith Emotional Disorders
  • Board Member
    Michigan Association for Children
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Web References
Michigan Association for Children with Emotional Disorders
www.michkids.org, 21 May 2012 [cached]
Susan McParland, Esq.
Executive Director
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Susan McParland has been Executive Director of MACED since February, 2001.Prior to that time, she was a public interest lawyer at Michigan Legal Services for 16 years, three of those years she served as director. usan specialized in welfare law, Medicaid law, mental health law, rights of confined individuals and juvenile rights. he has litigated several cases involving the right to adequate mental health services for children, adults and incarcerated individuals.
Juvenile Justice Project to Benefit Michigan Children
www.prnewswire.com, 9 Aug 2004 [cached]
"Too many children are being detained and incarcerated because they exhibit behaviors linked to their illness that are mistaken for delinquent acts," said Susan McParland, Director of MACED."These children are vulnerable to physical and sexual assault, self-injury, and suicide.They suffer serious interruptions in school and deterioration in their health status," McParland said.
State Fiscal Woes Padlock Much-Criticized Youth Prison -- Milne 40 (21): 2 -- Psychiatric News
intl-pn.psychiatryonline.org, 18 Oct 2004 [cached]
It's a scandal that it was ever opened and continued to be run in such a way that could do so much damage to so many children," Susan McParland, director of the Michigan Association for Children With Emotional Disorders, told Psychiatric News.
Granholm names state's first mental health commission
www.mlive.com, 16 Dec 2003 [cached]
"The mental health system is broken, so the job of this commission shouldn't be tinkering," said Susan McParland, executive director of the Michigan Association for Children with Emotional Disorders, a nonprofit advocacy group."Everything is on the table."
Key among the problems is the dearth of resources spent on services for children with emotional disorders, who currently receive only 7 percent of the state's mental health dollars, according to McParland.
"That's totally unacceptable," she said.
She noted the omission of a child adolescent psychiatrist among commission members, but said she hoped the panel would have sub groups in which such a child specialist could serve.
Advocates agreed that a bloated bureaucracy was among the system's chief failings, requiring dollars to pass through several layers and agencies before reaching clients.Getting rid of such waste would make real reform possible even in these tight budget times, they said.
For McParland the reforms would include a regional system with more central accountability to the state.
"In tight budget times you determine what ought to be in place, you establish a framework and a set of values, and then you determine where money is being wasted," she said.
Montana's News Station, Coverage You Can Count On -Juvenile Justice Project to Benefit Michigan Children
www.krtv.com, 9 Aug 2004 [cached]
"Too many children are being detained and incarcerated because they exhibit behaviors linked to their illness that are mistaken for delinquent acts," said Susan McParland, Director of MACED."These children are vulnerable to physical and sexual assault, self-injury, and suicide.They suffer serious interruptions in school and deterioration in their health status," McParland said.
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CONTACT: Susan McParland of the Michigan Association for Childrenwith Emotional Disorders, +1-248-433-2200
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