Cincinnati Children's provides maps and driving directions to our main Burnet Campus and various outlying neighborhood locations. Each location has a dedicated webpage with information such as hours, services, maps and driving directions.
Adolescence can be a difficult time for young people and their parents. Many adolescents experience changes in behaviors and feelings as they struggle to become more independent and develop a sense of individual identity. However, a number of adolescents experience mental health problems that interfere with their normal development and daily life activities. Some mental health problems are mild, while others are more severe. Some last for only short periods of time, while others, potentially, last a lifetime.
The Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Cincinnati Children’s features six inpatient units, one of which is located at the Lindner Center of HOPE. These acute crisis programs focus on stabilizing patients, most of whom stay an average of eight days.
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At Cincinnati Children’s, MyChart is provided free to patients and their parents or legal guardians. All the medical information parents can see in MyChart is about their child only. By learning more about these health records and conditions, patients and families can make more informed decisions. Available resources from the toolkit include:
The Physician Services online toolkit provides local healthcare professionals with a variety of materials to share with patients and families. Browse the sections below to find resources specific to programs, divisions and conditions beginning with the letter M.
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