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Resources For Schools

Resources For Schools

Children spend more than 1,000 hours in school each year. As teachers, coaches and school administrators, you know that mental well-being plays an important part in a child’s academic success.

For Educators

For Educators

Linda Farrell, a visual arts teacher at Columbus City Preparatory School for Girls (CCPSG), combined the message of the importance of mental health and the icons from On Our Sleeves into an art lesson on Pablo Picasso’s “Blue Period” for her classroom.

Wellness Tips

Wellness Tips

Share these wellness tips with yours students to help them manage their mental health during the school day.

Resources for Medical Professionals

Resources for Medical Professionals

Our team of behavioral health experts continually shares their best practices to providers in the community.

Suicidal Youth and Self Harming Behaviors

Suicidal Youth and Self Harming Behaviors

Pediatricians are in an optimal position to see early warning signs and recommend treatment.

Managing Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care

Managing Depression and Anxiety in Primary Care

An estimated 20 percent of children struggle with mental health illness. As awareness grows, the call for primary care physicians to play a leading role in care grows louder.

Health and Hope after Trauma

Health and Hope after Trauma

A primary care provider’s ability to identify and treat symptoms associated with trauma can increase positive outcomes for patients and families.

Help Justice Involved Youth

Help Justice Involved Youth

Pediatric primary care systems can address mental and emotional health outcomes of juvenile justice involvement before, during and after an event.

Behavioral Health and Primary Care

Behavioral Health and Primary Care

As increasing numbers of pediatric patients require behavioral health care, primary care providers look to integrate behavioral health providers in their practice.

Talking With Kids About Suicide

Talking With Kids About Suicide

Experts say open conversations with kids about suicide could save lives.