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Virtual. Face-to-face. Hybrid. Homeschool. Kids across the nation began this school year unlike any other. Dr. Amanda Heins shares ways parents can help their child get comfortable wherever they are learning.
Rogers’ Dr. Michelle Maloney discusses the state of teen addiction across our communities in Rogers’ new podcast, Reducing the Risk of Teen Addiction.
When a person is struggling with their mental health, they aren’t the only one affected. Parents, siblings, and other loved ones also have to navigate the emotional and oftentimes challenging road to recovery.
Rogers' experts share common misconceptions surrounding suicide and the warning signs to look out for.
Socialization is essential to everyone’s health and well-being, but it is especially important for children to learn the unwritten norms of social interaction.
People who enter inpatient care are frequently seeking help managing withdrawal symptoms or are there due to an emergency situation from drug or alcohol use. But what happens after this short-term treatment, is critical for long-term recovery.
Addiction treatment can be life-changing and oftentimes lifesaving for those in need. While there are many components of effective treatment, the 12 steps can be crucial to sobriety and long-term recovery.
One of the things parents check off the To Do list heading into the new school year is a well check or sports physical for their child. Dr. William Gerard explains why discussing mental health during these visits is crucial.
People with eating disorders are at an increased risk for developing or being diagnosed with other mental illnesses. Depression tops the list with a 70% lifetime prevalence in people with eating disorders.
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