With 1 in 5 children suffering from a mental health challenge, it is more important than ever to bring awareness to children’s mental health. In Mississippi, approximately 131,000 children will experience a serious mental health challenge in their lifetime.
During National Counseling Awareness Month, Canopy asked our licensed professional counselors to give advice to fellow counselors and parents.
It all starts with hope. Hope is the belief that your future can be brighter and better than your past and that you actually have a role to play in making it better.
Join us during this year’s summit to learn how to build a culture of dignity and hope within your organization, with the children you serve, and in your personal lives.
I want to challenge you to get up and get moving! What better way to do that than to start training for Canopy’s 5K4Kids?
Canopy's Butterfly Ball presented by Trustmark is a special night for the community to come together at a premier gala to support innovation and solutions for children’s mental health.
Sometimes difficult behavior is a child's way of letting others know about other things happening in their lives. Learn about the signs and ways you can spot these silent cries for help.
Canopy CEO John Damon, Ph.D., offers practical advice to promote a positive mental health culture in your home during Canopy's Mental Health Minute featured on FOX 40.