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MOMS for Mental Health

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MOMS for Mental Health 2017-05-18T13:48:37+00:00

2:50 minutes

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Sign Up Below to join the effort to identify mental health issues in children and teens and to stop the shame and stigma associated with seeking help.

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What is MOMS for Mental Health?

Moms for Mental Health is a community wide public awareness campaign with three straightforward goals:

  1. Build an army of members with solid, useful, trusted information and resources regarding children’s mental health.
  2. Distribute the 10 Signs and Signals that can be red light warning signs of mental health problems in children and teens.
  3. Help remove the shame and stigma associated with getting help.

Behavior Has Meaning

If a child you know exhibits one or more of the 10 Red Light Warning Behaviors, and/or has a repeated disproportionate response to situations, please seek help from Tykes & Teens or another qualified mental health professional. Don’t assume it is “normal adolescent behavior.”

“I wish I had known then what I know now: that it was possible for everything to seem fine with him when it was not, and that behaviors I mistook as normal for a moody teenager were actually subtle signs of psychological deterioration.”

— Sue Klebold, mother of Eric Klebold, one of the Columbine shooters

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