Find resources and ideas for how adults and families can stay strong and protect their mental health during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Designed for use by people aged 13 and above, this app engages in conversations with users, serving as a digital mental health coach.
Experts discuss the struggle with isolation that many teens are feeling.
Experts discuss the increase of suicidal thoughts among young adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a time when isolation and depression are affecting millions of people, it's more important than ever to support the needs of our LGBTQ+ youth.
At Cincinnati Children's, we never stop searching for ways to help reduce the number of suicides and the impact that they have on our families and communities.
Our expert teams of pediatric psychologists and psychiatrists use evidence-based approaches to treat the full spectrum of child and adolescent mental and behavioral health problems, helping young people manage their conditions so they can live their lives as fully as possible.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month. Our national partners offer education and resources to help you and your loved ones.
Our Special Needs Resource Directory offers a variety of resources, specific to mental health needs.
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