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Reckless youth attitude: I will not get COVID-19

You’ve probably seen the pictures, teens and young adults crowding the beaches in Florida, completely ignoring the warnings about contagion and recommendations for social distancing. What are they thinking? There isn’t a simple explanation. Teens and young adults aren’t a homogenous group. They don’t all think alike and they don’t all have the same reasons … Continued

Let Your Light Shine Fundraiser

Bright, dazzling lights filling the room. Vivid brilliant colors draping every inch. Aerial artists dropping from the Great Court ceiling. Jugglers walking around performing. A dazzling array of other performances will highlight Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health’s (C&A) 15th annual Let Your Light Shine (LYLS) fundraiser on April 4, with all proceeds benefiting the agency. … Continued

Winter affecting your mood is ‘SAD’

The bright lights, glitter and glamour of the holiday season has faded into the backdrop for another year. Darkness surrounds Northeastern Ohioans when they wake up and when they leave work. Oftentimes, the daylight hours are gray. As winter trudges forward, we start to gain a minute of daylight each day. For many people, children … Continued

Assessment process

Following the intake process, your child and all family members present, will meet with one of Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health’s (C&A) assessors for an assessment. This assessment is meant to gain a broader perspective of the issues your child is facing. This is an in-depth discussion that will help determine which services will best … Continued

Intake Process

When calling into Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health (C&A), we understand that your family may be going through a difficult experience. If your child is suffering from depression, anxiety or stress, we can help find the right treatment to support those needs. As a parent/legal guardian, you will be involved with the intake process every … Continued

Why Call C&A?

Today’s generation of kids are responding differently to child rearing techniques used in previous generations. Decades ago, parents were unfamiliar with certain emotional and behavioral challenges that kids are facing today. Parents used phrases such as “toughen up,” “you’ll get through it,” “this will be a good learning experience,” and “if it was good enough … Continued