Research has proven that experiences in early childhood have a significant impact on brain development. It is a critical time for shaping a child’s future. High-quality, early education and care can provide a safe and nurturing environment for young children to learn and grow, while giving them a solid foundation for their future education. It can also act as a buffer for any stress they may be experiencing. “Because of SaintA’s understanding … Continue
Tag: Mental Health
The need for mental health care for students has increased steadily in recent years. According to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services mental health dashboard, the number of children who received ongoing, high-intensity mental health services in 2019 was 36 percent higher than just five years earlier. The number who received short-term situational care was up 14 percent over the … Continue
With the current ever-evolving COVID-19 situation, therapists everywhere are shifting their practices to remote televisits. Times are particularly stressful for essential workers who risk their lives every time they do their jobs; parents who now act as both caregivers and teachers; and children who miss their friends and school activities.There are also many who were working through trauma and living … Continue
(JSOnline.com) Community organizations like Our Space, a housing org for those with mental illness and/or addiction was featured in this story by Rory Linnane of MJS.
Effective Friday, March 20, 2020 at 5 p.m., SaintA offices will be closed until further notice. Business operations and clients services remain open with modified delivery methods (see below.) We can still be reached at 414.463.1880 (Capitol Drive Campus) and 414.604.5800 (Summit Place in West Allis.) We strive to stay ahead of public health efforts to flatten the curve of … Continue
On Wednesday, July 11, 2018 we hosted our #FosterChat on Twitter (@SaintAorg), in partnership with the Coalition for Children, Youth & Families and special guest expert, Dr. King through Rogers Behavioral Health. July’s topic was on Mental Health Support for Foster Youth. According to our Twitter snapshot on Union Metrics, our twitter chat had over 100,000 potential impressions, reaching 13,073 … Continue