Posts about Children, Youth & Families
Children’s Mental Health in the Time of Coronavirus: New Challenges Need Creative Solutions
Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is an opportunity to focus on the mental health and well-being of our young people as they struggle to come to terms with the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
Why Are Children’s Mental Health Services Lacking in the U.S.?
Behavioral health services for children are lacking. Funding and accessibility are missing, and the problem may only grow worse. Find out more now.
Spotlight on Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day
National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day is an annual event that shines a spotlight on the behavioral health of children, teens, ....
16 Ways to Stop Burnout Among Children’s Service Providers
Burnout and turnover rates among children’s service providers, including social workers can be as high as 90 percent according to the CWIG.
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize the importance of communities and families working together to, ....
Talking With Families About Childhood Obesity: A Practical Approach
Advocating for patients struggling with pediatric obesity can be tricky, but care teams who successfully navigate these challenges can make a lasting impact on patients and their families.
The Opioid Epidemic’s Forgotten Victims
Despite consistent news coverage of the individuals affected by the opioid epidemic, there remains a large segment of society that is overlooked...
One Child’s Story of Integrated Care
Rates of depression and other psychological disorders are substantially higher in adolescents and young adults with cancer when compared with older adults.