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It’s time for change. For conversation. For communities to come together. It’s time to break the stigmas.
According to national statistics, we lose more than 2,000 children and teens per year to suicide. Experts say parents who check in regularly with their child could have a life-saving conversation.
With increased communication and knowledge of resources, we can combat the stigmas and help our young people in all communities.
Our young people are hurting. We need to come together as a community to combat this epidemic, and we need to fight the stigmas associated with mental illness.
Autism Spectrum Disorder is the fast-growing developmental disorder in the United States, and it affects every family uniquely. With comprehensive treatment, children like Jackson have the potential to thrive.
26% of children in the United States will experience or witness a traumatic event before they are four years old. This has lifelong, potentially harmful effects. With therapy and treatment, these children have the potential to thrive.
Autism Spectrum Disorder is the fast-growing developmental disorder in the United States, and it affects every family uniquely. With comprehensive treatment, children like Maliyah have the potential to thrive.