Designed by talented California artist Dorothy C. Wright, the
UACF logo was created to show the circle of life and energy:
hence the curved figures in circular fashion. The different
shades of coloration and shape highlight the fact that there
could be more than one parent, caregiver or family. This also
holds true of the child who is being held up by the parent and/or
caregiver; it can be more than one child. The star at the top of
the logo represents hope. The bottom, two elongated star images,
highlight the fact that when you reach for hope, it reaches back.
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If you or a loved one is in immediate crisis, please call 911
or visit the nearest emergency room.
The UACF Hope Line is a message system for parents and caregivers
that provides resources and connections to individuals in your
community that may be able to assist you in finding appropriate
support services for your child’s mental health needs. Feel free
to leave a message on the UACF Hope Line and your call will be
returned as promptly as possible.