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Do you think a child needs help?

Not sure what to do?

  • Video: Watch the video to the right for information that could make a lifetime of difference to a child. It will help you answer questions you might be asking yourself, such as "Am I overreacting? Is this just a phase? Will treatment make things worse? Am I failing as a parent?"
  • Warning Signs: Know the warning signs that a child might be struggling with mental health.
  • Resources: Please visit our Resources Page for information, treatment options and facilities, and other children’s mental health organizations.
  • Military: This page is dedicated to helping the children of military families who may be facing unique needs. It includes a video about deployment and other important information.
  • Stop Suicide: If you need to talk or are concerned about a person you know, The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK (8255). If someone is in immediate danger to themselves or others, call 911.
  • Clarity: The Clarity Child Guidance Center web page also has more information about children's mental health. Clarity is the only non-profit mental health treatment center in San Antonio with dedicated in-patient, partial hospitalization, and outpatient services serving children 3-17 regardless of their ability to pay.
Helping Military Children and Teens

This video will answers common questions and concerns about children’s mental health issues and treatment. Please watch and share with those who need answers.

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