Since 2018, all kids age 11 and up are given the Ask Suicide-Screening Questions screening when they come to our Emergency Department.
Our director of mental and behavioral health recently shared kids’ success stories with legislators in Madison in support of Assembly Bill 192.
Childhood can be a trying time — for kids and parents alike. Fortunately, there are plenty of great books that can help families navigate common challenges.
As part of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Kids in Crisis" series, this story explores the need for better access to mental and behavioral health for children and discusses the practices that are already in place.
Screening for depression in Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin primary care clinics is helping catch teens’ mental health concerns early.
After a homicide, families of the victim are left to grapple with many unexpected challenges.
Kohl’s announced a $5 million gift to help launch a multi-year mental health strategy to improve mental health services for Wisconsin kids and their families.