The popular children’s show Sesame Street is hoping to provide coping strategies and resilience-building techniques to children who have experienced trauma in new videos and printable resources.
If your child or teen has been expressing behavioral issues, utilizing counselors in your youth’s school or faith-based community is a great place to start.
Challenging behaviors in children and teens happen in all families. Learn what is typical and what might need additional support to overcome here.
Mental health is important at every stage of life. The early years are the best time for parents & caregivers to start building a child’s mental health.
Niles Prep has a new school administrator. Meet Lindsey Russell and learn how she will be leading Niles Prep into the future.
When a child or teen is struggling with emotional pain, friends and family often don’t know how to best help. Here are five steps you can take now.
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.