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Dealing with Crisis

During a crisis, you think on your feet. There are big choices that need to be made quickly. While you need to rely on mental health professionals to inform those choices, our articles can give you points to consider and food for thought.

In case of emergency

Navigating a crisis situation is incredibly challenging, especially when kids are involved! These articles can’t give you treatment advice; however, they can discuss some scenarios you may be facing.

Weather the storm

An emergency lasts a moment, but a mental health crisis can drag on for a long time. Keeping yourself and your family moving forward through all the challenges and stress isn’t an easy task! Find ways to weather this storm here.

How to Avoid Parental Burnout Warning Signs and 4 Strategies That Can Help

How to Avoid “Parental Burnout:” Warning Signs and 4 Strategies That Can Help

As a parent, you dedicate your life to caring for your child every day. For years, you’ve helped them learn …

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How The COVID-19 Crisis May Impact Children With Severe Mental Health Conditions and What To Do

How The COVID-19 Crisis May Impact Children With Severe Mental Health Conditions & What To Do

One of the hardest things about parenting a child with a severe mental health condition is a sudden and unplanned …

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How To Talk With Your Child About Suicide After The Death Of A Peer

How To Talk With Your Child About Suicide After The Death Of A Peer

NOTE: If you know someone in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (NSPL) at 1–800–273–TALK (8255), 24 hours a …

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