Youth suicide is on the rise. After 15 years of decline, rates took a steady increase at the turn of the 21st century. Here is what you need to know.
Canopy Children’s Solutions will hold an information session on Tuesday, April 24, in Jackson for individuals and families willing to open their hearts and homes to foster children in need.
The National Youth Risk Survey indicates 1 in 3 U.S. teens will experience dating violence. Dating violence can happen to anyone—male, female, young, old, every race, socioeconomic status, educational status. Knowing the warning signs may help you identify a friend or loved one victimized.
The holidays can be filled with joy and happiness, but they can also be sad and isolating for families after life-changing events such as death, separation, deployment, or divorce. Learn how creating new traditions can help a family heal after tragedy.
The holidays can be an exciting time, but they can also be stressful and overwhelming if we aren't careful. Check out these tips from Canopy therapist Monica Roberts on how to keep the "happy" in your family's holiday season.
Harrison County District Attorney puts away a man for 15 years, convicted of molesting a now 6-year-old girl. Learn how the South Mississippi Child Advocacy Center helped play a critical role in this conviction.
Parents play a critical role in teaching their children how to develop good mental and physical health habits. Learn how you can help your child develop critical skills for a lifetime of good mental and physical health.
Canopy CEO John Damon offers personal insight on the parities of mental and physical healthcare systems and how dismantling one can spell big problems for families in crisis. Read more from his Op-Ed featured by the Meridian Star on June 1, 2017.