Sometimes, professional help is needed for extra support when children or teens are struggling with anxiety, depression or trauma. Youth residential treatment can help. Learn more about it here.
Depression can happen to teens, just like adults. Here are some warning signs to watch for, so that your teen can find help and feel healthier.
To ensure healthy communities, we must ensure healthy brain development. Understanding brain development can start by understanding the essential parts of the brain. Learn more here.
Join us at the Niles ribbon-cutting on July 7, 2017 to celebrate the opening of our renovated facility for youth residential and day treatment programs in Kansas City, Missouri.
The Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has brought to the forefront the topic of teen suicide. Here’s information on how to talk to your child about suicide.
Mental health has become more a part of the national dialogue recently. Here’s some information on understanding mental health.
Astra Garner, Vice President of Program Services of Niles, will become President of the behavioral healthcare and child welfare organization on April 1.
There are so many benefits to being charitable – helping to improve others lives is a big reason, but discover the others.
The students at Niles Prep celebrated Black History Month with a choir concert performance for their parents and guardians.