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Migrant families seek mental health help for trauma
Anxiety

Migrant families seek mental health help for trauma

Many migrant families got to the border and were forcibly separated, often given little information and put in poor, unsanitary living conditions. Many parents didn’t know if they would ever see their children again; some children thought their parents had deliberately abandoned them.

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Family First Prevention Services Act
FFPSA

Proving Prevention Works: Family First Prevention Services Act (FFPSA) Part I

The FFPSA provides guidance and the necessary funding flexibility to augment prevention activities, keeping children and youth more often in home and family care settings, surrounded by natural and community supports. P-CIS uniquely facilitates the collection and sharing of information needed to build prevention strategies across a system of care and automates the conversion of assessment data into trauma-informed written plans.

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How COVID-19 changed employee mental health
Mental Health

How COVID-19 changed employee mental health

Mental and behavioral health requests jumped 100% since the onset of the pandemic, according to research from TouchCare. The pandemic apparently hit one generation particularly hard: Gen Z increased its use of mental healthcare benefits by 300%, the study found.

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