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The Rising Mental Health Crisis: Bridging the Gap by Increasing Access to Care

It’s Mental Health Awareness Month and we’re addressing the rising mental health crisis among youth by sharing about the trends and contemporary stressors playing a big part. Learn how Camber is making a difference and how you can help.

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What to Expect When Admitting Your Child to a Psychiatric Hospital

Children’s psychiatric hospitals help youth who are struggling with severe mental health needs. Here are answers to the questions most commonly asked by parents and caregivers.

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A Guide to Recognizing and Addressing PTSD in Children and Teens

Learn the signs and symptoms of PTSD in children and teens as well as practical ways to reestablish feelings of safety and avoid misdiagnoses.

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Embracing Differences: Camber’s Commitment to Mental Wellness Through Culturally Competent Care

At Camber, we are dedicated to creating a safe and connected space for every child we work with. Learn about Camber’s commitment to ensuring our services are culturally competent, meaning that we actively strive to understand and respect the unique needs of every child and family.

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From Insight to Innovation: The Powerful Impact of Expressive Therapies in Healing

How innovative mental health treatments, like expressive therapy, including art and music therapy improve outcomes.

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Making Self-Care a Daily Practice: Tips for Improving Mental Health

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When incorporated as a regular habit, self-care can be life changing. What does self-care look like practically? What are its benefits, and how does it positively impact mental health? Take a look at how self-care can be a powerful strategy in your journey to overall wellness.

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Supporting Children’s Mental Health During the Holidays

Many of us look forward to the holidays, but for some children, the holidays can bring anxiety, stress and other mental health challenges. Learn why children may struggle during the holidays, what triggers might cause mental health challenges, how caregivers can help and what to do if additional care is needed.

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Children’s Mental Health: How We Can Promote Wellness

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During World Mental Health Day, let’s raise awareness about the importance of mental health and promote wellness for all ages! Check out these helpful resources.

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Know the Risk Factors, Warning Signs of Suicide in Teens

Did you know that young people 10 to 24 years old account for 14% of all suicides? This surpasses 6,500 deaths each year, making suicide the third leading cause of death for teens. As caregivers, it is important to know the warning signs and risk factors.

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How to Talk About Racism and Its Effects with Kids

Helping youth understand complex, important topics like racism can be tough. Learn how to create a safe space to have these conversations.

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