October is National Bullying Prevention Month and we want to educate communities, schools, organizations, and families about the ways every child and adult can help to prevent bullying.
Posts Tagged ‘mental health’
Mental health is something that everyone should care about. Millions of Americans are impacted daily by mental health conditions. Mental Health Awareness Month in May is an opportunity to increase people’s understanding of the complexities of living with a mental illness, expel myths, reduce stigma and show support for the many people affected by mental health […]
Some families experience challenges that are difficult to overcome alone. Our In-Home Services help families overcome issues and remain safely together.
Developmental disabilities continue to become more common, emphasizing a need for community inclusion and specialized health, education and social services.
This training is available to foster parents and worth 2 CEUs. After this training, you will: Know the definition and prevalence of mental illness in the United States. Understand The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and who can diagnose an individual or youth. Identify prevalent major mental illnesses, diagnoses and their symptoms. Be able […]
KVC Nebraska’s Parents and Children Together program provides in-home crisis intervention and skill-building which strengthens families.
Paul Jackson shares his experience as a Youth Peer Support Specialist and how he uses his personal experiences and growth to provide guidance and support to youth and young adults struggling with mental health.
Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.