Parent-to-Parent support is a service NET created because often it helps to talk to someone who has had the same experiences. Parent Support Specialists have children who at some point received therapeutic services. They are available to provide support both face-to-face and over the phone and often focus on psychoeducation and advocacy. The Parent Support Specialist also provide face-to-face support at meetings with professionals such as Community Behavior Health (CBH), Department of Human Services (DHS), at your child’s school or at NET offices. They listen to and support parents as their children enter into treatment or throughout treatment as questions and issues arise.