Early intervention is the most effective way of addressing physical, emotional and behavioral challenges in children. Here's some ways to make sure you are getting a comprehensive overview of your child's health during their annual wellness visit.
As a society, we are attached to our digital devices more than ever. Learn how can you promote healthy tech usage for you and your family.
Hospital emergency rooms (ERs) have been flooded in recent years despite the growth of primary-care access and local urgent care clinics in both metropolitan and rural communities. Many of those visits could be avoided altogether with proper education and preventative care—especially that focusing on mental health.
According to the CDC, more than 2,300 youth in the U.S., ages 8 to 18, died by suicide in 2017. Learn more about ways for parents to take the first step on conversations about suicide.
Help Canopy kick off Children's Mental Health Awareness Month by joining us for the 3rd Annual 5K4Kids Canopy Care Run!
Sometimes a child’s behavior isn’t easy to handle, but that does not mean a child meets the requirements for an official diagnosis. As a parent and your child’s biggest advocate, you need to know the difference.
The 6th Annual Children's Mental Health Summit will take place May 8-9, 2019, at the Hilton Jackson. There's still time to register!