Accepting that the person you love is abusing you is difficult. Many victims don’t realize they are being abused until it is too late. February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and knowing the facts is the best defense to keeping teens safe.
Helping teens navigate difficult situations and make good choices is one of the toughest parts of being a parent. Thank you to Well Being Magazine for allowing our expert staff to provide some insight on this important topic.
Test season can be very stressful for students. Learn how parents can help to ease their child's anxiety while still encouraging them to do their best.
In the U.S., 1 in 5 children experiences a significant mental health challenge. Even more disturbing is the fact fewer than 20 percent ever receive proper treatment. Throughout May, which is Children's Mental Health Awareness Month, Canopy wants to remind parents early intervention is a key component in helping children to lead happier healthier lives.
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.
Hattiesburg Mayor Toby Barker makes official proclamation of National Safe Place Week recognizing the efforts of local Safe Place and children’s crisis shelter, South Mississippi Children’s Center.
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.