COVID - 19
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Center for Children now offers client appointments via Telehealth video and phone conferencing. As an essential mental and behavioral health outpatient organization, our doors will remain open to serve those in critical circumstances and to those picking up prescriptions for class 2 drugs. Please feel free to call our office with any questions or for more details. Our intake process is still ongoing and we are accepting new clients. We truly appreciate your support during this time as we all work together to continue to serve the children and families in our community.
Being home around the clock and for weeks at a time can bring on symptoms of anxiety and depression, not just for adults but also children. Make this time at home with children and family as enjoyable as possible. Below are a few creative activities to help engage toddler and elementary age children. Remember, this is all new to children as well and they too have concerns about what is happening around the world. Questions about why school is closed or why outside activities may be limited are normal. Be sure to explain these in way that is suitable for the child's age and level or understanding. Try not to create panic and worry but instead reassure children that their safety and healthy is always a top priority. Here are a few ways to help have those conversations.