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Depression, Anxiety, and ADHD in Children—How You Can Make a Difference

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Read this blog to learn about depression, anxiety, and ADHD in children and how you can support a child who is struggling with mental health.

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How Gun Violence Is Affecting Your Child and What You Can Do to Help Them 

Gun violence is prevalent in the U.S. and the leading cause of death for children. Find out how you can help your child cope and feel safe.

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Uncovering the Most Common Mood Disorders in Children

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Learn about the most common mood disorders in children, signs and symptoms, and what to do if you’re worried about your child’s behavior.

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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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Manage Stress and Anxiety About Coronavirus with These Tips

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Trying to manage stress and anxiety about coronavirus seems impossible. In this blog, mental health expert, Brittany Broeckelman, offers some essential tips that will improve your mental health!

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KVC Track Teams Teach Youth How Physical Health Impacts Mental Health

KVC Hospitals’ track teams teach youth about the importance of physical health and engaging in outdoor activities to boost fun, creativity and connection.

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New Video Features KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital’s Campus and Treatment Services

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A new 4 minute video features KVC Prairie Ridge Hospitals’ 75-acre campus and highlights the psychiatric inpatient and residential treatment services available to help treat youth.

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Self-Harming Teen Finds Healing at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital

Healing at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital

While at KVC Prairie Ridge Hospital, thirteen-year-old Greg learned how to heal from the painful emotions he felt and cope from them without having to engage in self-harming behavior.

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