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Our free resources help you stay informed and educated about mental health, brain development, and childhood trauma as well as how Camber is working toward building healthier communities.
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For the Media
As the region’s premier source and leading provider of children’s mental healthcare, we encourage our friends in the media to help us amplify the conversation. At Camber Children’s Mental Health, we work to raise awareness and offer education and training on mental health topics to better equip schools, healthcare providers, first responders, and a wide range of community partners and organizations as we all strive together to build healthier communities.
We invite you to use the information on this page as a resource, and we welcome your questions and interview requests to expand the coverage you wish to share with your readers and audiences.
Reducing stigma and empowering children’s mental health is a cause we can all get behind.
Announcing Our New Name!
Previously KVC Hospitals, we are now Camber Children’s Mental Health. The word “camber” means arch or bridge. A great description of what our employees do—building a bridge to better days for children and families through high-quality mental health services. This new name represents our commitment to meaningful connections with children, families, and communities to positively impact their health and wellness. Read the press release announcing our new name to learn more.
Media Fact Sheet
With rates of suicide, substance use disorder, and many other mental health conditions on the rise, the youth of our region need the support of caring, compassionate mental health professionals like never before. Learn more about Camber and our innovative care models for lifesaving intervention – and why our children’s mental health services are critical to the communities we serve:
Subject Matter Expertise
We hope you’ll call on Camber and our team of subject matter experts to discuss any news or events related to youth mental health. We can provide expert commentary on these and other topics:
- Bullying, peer pressure, and social media; how they impact youth development and warning signs that they are causing mental health struggles
- Childhood trauma and toxic stress; how they impact youth development and long-term wellbeing
- Coping skills
- Emotion regulation
- Helping youth cope with grief and loss
- How to talk to children about major events
- How to respond when a child is in crisis
- LGBTQIA+ mental health resources and suicide prevention
- Mental health disorders and their symptoms, warning signs, and how to help a child who is struggling. Click here for a list of disorders we provide expertise on
- Suicide prevention, including common misconceptions
- Tips for personal health and wellbeing
Together with you, our media partners, we can create more opportunities for children and their families to find the bridge they need to live balanced, healthy and resilient lives.
If you are a member of the media and wish to connect with us, please contact:
Kerri Lewis (she/her)
Director of Marketing & Communications