Behavioral Support: Catching Your Child Being Good

Using strategies to stop problem behaviors will set your child up for success.

Behavioral Support: Preventative Strategies

Using strategies to stop problem behaviors will set your child up for success.

Bullying Information for Parents

Bullying is unwanted aggressive behavior by a person or group that targets another person or group. It involves an imbalance of power and is usually repeated over time. Bullying is not teasing.

Children at Risk for Self-Harm or Harm to Others: Home Safety Guidelines for Families

Your child has been in the hospital because he or she is at risk of self-harm or harming others. When your child leaves the hospital, there are some things you need to do for safety at home.

Children at Risk for Self-Harm or Harm to Others: Safety Rules While in the Hospital

Children at risk of harming themselves or others are placed on safety precautions as soon as they enter the hospital. These safety rules remain in place throughout the child’s hospital stay.

Helping Children Feel Safe in Stressful Times

Stress is a common part of every child’s life. Children worry about their appearance, about tests and school projects, being accepted by friends, being separated from family, as well as many other concerns.