It’s a startling statistic: Nearly half of all lifetime mental illness cases in the U.S. begin by age 14, yet 79% of youth needing care don’t receive it. A new approach to youth mental health care in California care hopes to change that startling dynamic. The “allcove” program brings youth voices in order to create a “with, for, and by youth” experience.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and a perfect opportunity to highlight the importance of talking about and treating mental illness. On Tuesday, May 10 Steinberg Institute CEO Karen Larsen joined the anchor team from CBS Sacramento […]
California’s kids are struggling. The pandemic and related issues have created a mental health crisis for our kids. California’s educators have been on the front lines of this challenge. It’s time for bold and collaborative action. In […]
In many industrialized countries, all adolescents showing signs of mental illness receive early, comprehensive psychological care.