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 Mental health is a crucial factor to the wellbeing and successes of young people. By tuning in to our kid’s - and our own - mental health, we can be able to provide help when needed, and to know when to reach for more assistance.

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Recognizing the Signs of Anxiety and Depression in Children

Six Steps to Safeguarding your Child’s Mental Health

If you have noticed struggles at home, in school or with friends, check in and engage in calm conversation. Here are steps that can help children alleviate stress and anxiety.

Your Mental Health Matters

Download our new eBook for additional tips and strategies to destress and find more joy….you deserve it.

Believing in the Power of Caring for Your Mental Health

When it comes to your family's mental health, follow the flight attendant's directive: Take care of yourself first (and don't feel guilty about it).

4 Tips for Supporting a Child with Depression

Depression is a tough battle, and your child should not have to fight it alone. In this article, learn 4 crucial tips to make sure your child knows you’re in this fight together.

Sleep Problems in Anxious or Worried Teens

Anxiety, depression and anger are common reactions to trauma, and for teenagers, severe sadness or depression can increase tiredness and sleep issues.

Parenting Tools for Home

Our parenting content is built on the research-proven Boys Town Model® and is written by a team of child behavior experts.


This free eBook includes 31 Mental Health Moments to help you reframe negative thoughts, teach your child how to work through challenging emotions and create an​​ open dialogue on mental health.​ Sign up

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