Family & Children’s Center is hosting a series of life-saving training events online. Suicide, or death by intentional self-harm, is the 8th leading cause of death in Minnesota. Rates are
When you find a married person who is depressed, unfortunately chances are likely you will also find challenges in marriage. According to studies, spouses level of depression predicts both their
Stories for Good: Family & Children’s Center offers free suicide prevention training – Published in Winona Daily News
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and in recognition of this, Family & Children’s Center is providing free Question, Persuade, Refer and Mental Health First Aid training to the community.
One in five people live with a mental health condition, depression being among the most common. But depression doesn’t look the same among those it touches. One person may cry
It’s surprising that so many people refer to our older years as our golden ones. Growing older can be difficult. We tend to experience more illness and less stamina. Plus,
by Alicia Skiles, MS, NCC, LPC, SAC-IT, Professional Counselor What were you thinking? Why do you keep doing that? These are questions you have probably asked your children out of
Kathy Rohr, Director of Adult Programs, Wisconsin During the month of May, people and organizations across the country are bringing awareness to mental health. As one of the primary providers of