“My dad killed himself and, having struggled with feelings myself, I want to make sure I deal with them properly. You should too.” Click here for a link to this article from August 20, 2014 from The Guardian.
A Ulysses Agreement is a voluntary process that is used by a person that has a mental illness or mental health concern. The plan outlines to others what they should and should not do to support the children and the parent/s. It also allows the parent to plan how their children will be cared for should they relapse and be temporally unable to care for their children. This program is funded by South Fraser – Child and Youth Mental Health and provided by The British Columbia Schizophrenia Society and implemented by Mark Littlefield of Littlefield and Associates. Click here for the pdf document.