domestic abuse Pittsburgh

50 years after opening, Pittsburgh’s Women’s Center & Shelter remains a powerful resource for anyone facing domestic abuse

Whether you are trying to figure out if your relationship is abusive, you are fleeing danger or anywhere in between, Molinaro says, “we are here to offer help and hope.”

Would the real stigma please stand up?

How can we support our kids’ mental health? It starts with eliminating the stigma.

kids and phones

Phones and kids: new pediatric guidelines, expert advice and info on new school rules

The latest advice and strategies for managing phones and kids.

Pittsburgh nonprofits

Camp Lucy: one powerful day of outdoor fun and serious coping skills

Camp Lucy will share powerful coping skills with Pittsburgh-area middle schoolers. Here’s how your child can participate.

divorce mental health

Mental health advice for parents navigating divorce and custody

Expert insight on protecting your mental health and your kids’ during divorce.

What every parent should know about eating disorders

One local family’s story, and the resources you need to learn about eating disorders.

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ADHD: what to know and where to get diagnosed in the Pittsburgh area

Need help with ADHD in the Pittsburgh area? This advice may be valuable.

postpartum support in Pittsburgh

This free Pittsburgh-area postpartum support group is here for you — and has been for decades

Looking for postpartum support in Pittsburgh? Storkbites is here for you.

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Mental health support for teens: What’s available and where to find it in the Pittsburgh area

Check out our guide to teen mental health support in the Pittsburgh area.

holiday stress

5 ideas to help with holiday stress and sadness this year

Holiday stress is real. We asked a local expert for advice on managing it.

encouraging kids to write

Encouraging your kids to write can help them — in more ways than one. Here’s how.

This local author and parent shares advice on encouraging kids to write and why it matters.

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Urgent care for mental health: UPMC Children’s opens behavioral health walk-in clinic for kids/teens

New resource for kids’ and teens’ mental health in our community. Details here.

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We’re prepping our kids for back-to-school. But what are we doing to prepare ourselves?

It’s back-to-school season for Pittsburgh families. Let’s take some of the pressure off.

18 summers

‘You only have 18 summers with your kid,’ they said. But moms are singing a different tune.

The “18 summers” meme is popping up everywhere. Don’t let it add to your stress.

LGBTQ resources

LGBTQ+ resources for Pittsburgh-area families: reading lists, youth groups and more

Whether you are a Pittsburgh LGBTQ+ family or simply want to learn more about your neighbors, there’s something here for you.

Cai & Kate

AHN’s new video series ‘Cai & Kate’ teaches kids about emotions

“Cai & Kate” uses puppetry, music and education to teach Chill Project skills to younger kids.

teen mental health pittsburgh

How is teen mental health being addressed in Pittsburgh? New NY Times report has eye-opening answers

Check out this close-up look at how caregivers support teen mental health in Pittsburgh.

teen mental health

How can teens find hope when they’re struggling? These ideas can help.

Thoughts from the Surgeon General (and a caring mom) to support teen mental health.

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Beaver County’s Young Ambassador Program is making a difference for teen mental health

Young Ambassador Program members support one another and learn valuable skills for teen mental health.

teen mental health

Pittsburgh teens are struggling. This advice from the U.S. Surgeon General could help.

Teen mental health needs your attention. “We need your support and we need you to connect with us, now more than ever,” says Xiao.


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