September 18, 2022

Parent Monitoring and Support Keep Kids Safer

When kids are singled out and bullied, it sets the stage for social isolation and feelings of worthlessness. With the digital age, bullying is no longer […]
July 25, 2022

No More ‘Stranger Danger’

Remember all that safety talk years ago about “stranger danger”? Well, you can, more or less, forget what you learned. Ju’Riese Colon, Executive Director for External […]
June 30, 2022

Out of the Darkness

  In an effort to bring together survivors of suicide and help raise money to continue the AFSP’s mission, the organization hosts its Out of the […]
March 31, 2022

Gen Z

It seems like the terms depression and anxiety are thrown around a lot these days, but what do these words truly mean and how are they […]
February 10, 2022

Stress and Time Management

To help parents navigate the world of online resources and apps designed to help their college-aged child, we asked Jason Manning, Executive Director of Strategic Communication […]
February 9, 2022

 Adverse Childhood Experiences

 Adverse Childhood Experiences our child may have been through. ACEs Research and Behavioral Health Research has demonstrated a strong relationship between ACEs, substance use disorders, and […]
February 1, 2022

Key to Prevention

  Suicide is a problem that remains largely ignored in the United States. Here are just a few of the statistics: There is a suicide attempt, […]
January 14, 2022

School And Academics

  Today, kids are expected to know what they want to do, where they want to go to school, and what career they’d like to have […]
December 26, 2021

Breathe, Exhale, Repeat

  Breathing heals on many levels: it detoxifies, strengthens the immune system, and releases toxins. In fact, around 70 percent of our toxins, including carbon dioxide, […]
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