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Join Us in Making a Difference for Children This July!

July 22, 2024

July is National Make a Difference to Children month – a time to reflect on the immense impact we can have on the lives of children. At CHS, we believe every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential. So, this month, we invite you to join us in making a difference and find […]

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Mental Health Awareness Month

May 23, 2024

May is Mental Health Awareness month – a time to increase awareness about the vital role mental health plays in our overall health and well-being and to honor the resilience of individuals on their mental health journeys. In Florida alone, over 400,000 children and youth suffer with emotional, behavioral, and developmental issues, yet only about […]

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Finding Peace and Confidence Through Counseling

February 21, 2024

Returning to school in-person after the pandemic was stressful for 9 year-old Trinity. Her panic attacks were overwhelming her at school and at home causing explosive meltdowns and unstoppable tears. Trinity’s mom, Tiffany, was determined to find the right support for her daughter to find peace. “She was struggling in every area,” said Tiffany. “It […]

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Depression Awareness Month: Recognizing signs and finding support

October 24, 2023

In the depths of our thoughts, a silent epidemic often goes unnoticed: depression. It’s one of the most frequent mental health challenges therapists address, yet countless individuals suffer in silence, unaware of its grasp on their lives. Often, its symptoms get mixed up with those of other mental health challenges, especially anxiety. That’s why it’s […]

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Empowering Futures, One Summer at a Time

August 17, 2023

Summer can offer a welcome break for kids after a long school year, but it can also be hard for families. Less access to books and learning resources, healthy foods, social activities and support can lead to learning losses, food insecurity and social isolation. Throughout the summer, CHS remains dedicated to bridging this resource gap […]

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Embracing Transitions: Celebrating Children and Families on the Journey to Stability, Strength, and Happiness

July 27, 2023

For many, summer signifies a break from usual routines: summer vacations, beach days and BBQs, and a break from school for kids. Summer is also a time of transitions: the end of the fiscal year at many companies and the start of a new school year. Sometimes these breaks and transitions are a welcome respite, […]

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Mental Health Matters: CHS Helps Children and Families Thrive

May 19, 2023

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month – a time to focus on mental health and help reduce the stigma associated with seeking care. Mental health challenges can have a substantial impact on children’s educational, mental, social, and physical well-being, as well as their family’s peace and stability. As we provide children and families with […]

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Mental well-being drives our ability to flourish | Guestview

May 7, 2023

In recent years, we’ve seen growing recognition and appreciation for what I’ve witnessedduring my three decades as a mental health professional and behavioral health executive – our mental health is directly linked to our physical health, and vice versa. If you’ve ever experienced stress, anxiety, grief, or depression, you’ve likely felt the toll it can […]

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News 6 gives inside look at Volusia County’s new center for troubled youth

February 8, 2023

VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. – News 6 got an inside look at the new place where kids in trouble go in Volusia County. Before the new Juvenile Assessment Center opened late last year, there was no place for troubled youth in the area, other than the county jail or confinement to their own home. Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood, […]

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Important Self-Care Tips | Emotional Wellness Month

October 18, 2022

Although the holiday season brings tremendous joy and togetherness, it can also bring stress and enormous pressure triggering significant mental health challenges. Prioritizing self-care is an effective way to reduce stress, improve well-being and help find peace in challenging situations. Putting mental wellness on the backburner may cause irritability, feelings of helplessness and hopelessness, extreme […]

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