Suicide is preventable. If all of us work together, we can increase the public’s awareness of this public health issue and get people the support they need.
Learn more about the dangers of vaping for teens and what can be done about it.
Children and youth in homeless situations often do not fit society’s stereotypical images. For example, many children who are homeless are very young —over 40 percent of children living in homeless shelters are under the age of five.
The consequences of abusing illicit drugs and alcohol are more visible now than ever due to the steady stream of information we view, share and follow daily.
Family engagement is the process used to build genuine relationships with families and support overall family well-being, along with healthy development of children.
The Virtual Calming Center provides strategies, tools and resources to help manage emotions.
regular cigarettes is equivalent to one JUUL e-cigarette pod in nicotine
is the national known number of suicide attempts per day for middle and high school students
of students in college experience significant mental health issues
of teens and young adults first tell a friend they are feeling suicidal
of e-cigarettes contain nicotine
of calls nationally to poison control centers are for e-cigarettes on children 5 years and younger
million homeless students were enrolled in public schools nationally in 2019