Since 1949, May has been officially recognized as Mental Health Month. The focus for this year’s awareness campaign is the mental health of young people.
According to the National Mental Health Association (NMHA), mental health problems affect one in five young people or 20 percent of all children and young adults in the U.S.
Recognizing signs of trouble in our young people, feelings of sadness, anxiety, worry, or problems sleeping, is critical. However, we don’t often see the signs clearly until we notice affected behavior in our children.
If you have noticed changes in your children’s conduct, eating or sleeping patterns or in their friendships & relationships, you may wish to call us and find out what you can do to help!
Join us for an intimate evening of sharing to learn what you can do to help your children.
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