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5/5/2019

Did you know that a mental check-up is just as important as a routine physical? Visit for more information. www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org 

 

Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week is May 5-11, 2019 in Maryland. Visit for more information. www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org 

5/6/2019

Do you know what the most common types of bullying are?

Learn more at: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Did you know that 1 in 5 children may experience a mental, emotional, or behavioral health problem before the age of 18? Learn more at: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org 

5/7/2019

Can you recognize signs and symptoms of trauma in children? Some signs include: nightmares, body aches, and having trouble at school. Find more facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Can you name 3 ways to help build resilience in a child? Some ways: listen, spend positive time, encourage play, encourage a good night’s sleep, be consistent with rules and routines, promote mutual respect and trust. Find more facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org 

5/8/2019

Depression is associated with social, emotional, and cognitive delays. Find more facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Suicide is the 3rd leading cause of death among youth. Suicide is not the solution. Contact the Maryland Crisis Hotline if you need immediate help at 800-422-0009 or call 911 www.help4mdyouth.org  

 

Every 13.7 minutes in the US, someone dies by suicide. Suicide is not the solution. Contact the Maryland Crisis Hotline if you need immediate help at 800-422-0009 or call 911 www.help4mdyouth.org 

5/9/2019

Are you not sure who to talk to about your child’s behavior and emotional well-being? Download the Family Resource Kit for information on first steps: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Do you know what mental health services your child’s school offers? For a list of services schools should provide download the Family Resource Kit: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Only 20% of children with mental health disorders are identified and receive mental health services. Download the Family Resource Kit for information on where to get help: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org 

5/10/2019

Have you gotten your daily dose of child mental health facts? Find facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org #CMHMMaryland

 

Out of 10 million Americans with an eating disorder, 90 percent of them are children and adolescents. Find facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org #CMHMMaryland

 

Concerned about your children’s mental health? Find facts and resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org#CMHMMaryland

5/11/2019

With treatment and support, youth can learn to manage their symptoms of anxiety. Find resources: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org  #CMHMMaryland

 

Emotional scars cut just as deep as physical scars. Find help: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org

 

Research indicates that early identification and intervention can minimize the long-term impact of mental disorders. Don’t wait, get help today: www.ChildrensMentalHealthMatters.org