January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. While many have heard of this crime, few know much about it. It affects people of every age, race, gender, and socioeconomic status, and it's here in Mississippi.
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.
The Regions Foundations makes donation of $150,000 to support therapeutic and educational inititiatives for autism led by Canopy Children's Solutions.
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.
Mississippi Business Journal catches up with Canopy CEO John Damon, Ph.D, to talk about Canopy's mission and how it seeks to transform the lives of children and families in Mississippi.
It's time to break down the mental health stigma. From time to time, we all experience struggles with mental health, but when those problems press on, we need to take action to properly manage our and our family's mental health in the same way we manage our physical health.
Canopy CEO John Damon offers expert advise on how to promote physical and emotional health in children and families.