March 17, 2018

In Times of Tragedy

  As a TV news anchor, I’ve been asked how I handle telling my children about tragedy. I’m no child psychologist, but through my job, I see more than my share of awful stories.  Ironically, […]
March 2, 2018

Commit to stay connected

  We have a squad of 5 at our home with a decade between oldest to youngerst and needless to say I’ve always said I have […]
February 23, 2018

Delaying Action Costs Lives

If a child says he or she is seriously considering suicide or has just made a suicide attempt, immediate treatment at an emergency room may be necessary.  […]
February 12, 2018


We are delighted to announce that in January of 2018, with funding from the Fred J. Wellington Memorial Foundation for Child Development and the Burton Family […]
February 10, 2018

Suicide does not discriminate

Each day, an average of 12 young people commit suicide in the United States, leaving behind devastated family and friends. Most youth show clear signs of their […]
February 9, 2018

Identity Theft

Hi, my name is Kimberly. Nice to meet you. What do you do?” These are words we’re programmed to ask when we meet someone new. But […]
February 9, 2018

Balancing Act

  The advantages of growing up in a digital world are vast. We can access information and connect to others everywhere we go, multitask (when we […]
February 9, 2018

New Wave of Communication

If your family is like most American families, everyone can have vastly different schedules. And with work, school and extracurricular activities, staying in touch can be difficult.     Communication […]
February 9, 2018

Fake Oxy

With so much going on in the world today, worrying about a new drug being exposed to our children should be the last thing on anyone’s minds. Unfortunately, fake Oxycodone, or […]