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The teenage years can be an extremely stressful and challenging time for adolescents and their families. The Division of Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center created Surviving the Teens® to provide information, resources and support to help guide teens and families through the ups and downs they might face.
The Surviving the Teens® / Suicide Prevention Program includes information, tips and resources about:
For help at any time please call 513-636-4124 to speak with a representative from the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC).
The Response Center can answer all inquires concerning Inpatient Care, Residential Hospital Extended Care, Outpatient Care and community mental health referrals. The PIRC is staffed by experienced mental health clinicians and can be reached 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
If you're thinking of hurting yourself or someone you know is in trouble, find help now.
Cincinnati Children's is accredited by The Joint Commission. If you feel that your concern isn't being resolved by us, contact The Joint Commission through its website.
The Division of Psychiatry features a variety of programs and services, including inpatient, outpatient, residential and partial hospitalization treatment options.
An in-depth look at the effectiveness of the Surviving
the Teens® Suicide Prevention and Depression Awareness Program. This study
measures students’ suicidality and perceived self-efﬁcacy in performing
help-seeking behaviors at pretest, posttest, and follow-up stages of the
An additional study suggesting that the Surviving the Teens
program made a positive impact on help-seeking behaviors among emotionally
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