Healthy Youth Survey 2023
is coming- what it is and what it tells us about youth mental health in Washington state.
The signs to look for in eating disorders for teen boys.
New term, who’s this? “Digital Immigrant”
The “no wrong door” clinic ‘open to everyone
regardless of severity of need or insurance status, and care will be available 24/7 with no appointment required.
Read more about the 24hr Crisis Response Center coming 2024.
Say Cheese for Advocacy!
Kids Mental Health WA joined NAMI with over 80 advocates to meet with over 100 legislators to lobby for systemic reform and support.
What is digital self-harm and what can parents do?
Read more here.
You’ll see a familiar KMHWA webinar speaker on A Mindful State
– see Tovah talk about her work educating educators, working with parents being treated unfairly in school systems, and how she connects with families. You’ll also find other expert advice, personal stories, resources, and tools.
March is Self-harm awareness month.
What the data tells us, what to look for, and what to do. Learn more here.
can provide low-income families up to $250 per child in your household. Learn more on eligibility and how to apply.
93 percent of cyberbullying victims
reported negative mental health effects, primarily feelings of sadness and hopelessness.’ Learn how to help here.”
College admissions time is here –
but how do you navigate teen rejection depression? Real time ways here.
Removal of DATA Waiver (X-Waiver) Requirement –
Read more about changes to Law changes updates Opioid Use Disorder prescribing practices here.