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Crozer Community Hospital Mental Health Outpatient

2600 W 9Th St Wing 3 Southwest Chester, PA 19013

610-497-7700

Crozer Community Hospital Mental Health Outpatient is a group practice with 1 location. Currently, Crozer Community Hospital Mental Health Outpatient specializes in Neurology, Psychiatry and Adult, Child/Adolescent Psychiatry with 7 physicians.

Family & Community Service

600 N Olive St, Media, PA 19063, USA

610-566-7540

FCSDC is a private, nonprofit, multi-service organization. Our mission is to build stronger communities through healthy, empowered individuals and families. To that end, we strive to meet the basic needs of those most vulnerable.

Mental Health Resource Kit

The challenges of the coronavirus pandemic are vast, and impact all of us on many
levels. To support you through these unchartered waters, Child Guidance's clinical
experts have put together a mental health resource kit just for you.
We know how stressful and overwhelming this time is and it is our hope that these
articles and tips are aimed to make things a bit more manageable.
Visit our website for more resources: www.cgrc.org/blog.

OCDEL Launches Complimentary Healthy Minds@Work App for ECE Professionals in Pennsylvania

We are excited to announce that all Pennsylvania early childhood professionals will have 2-years of free access to the Healthy Minds app, Healthy Minds@Work! Your access can be found on the Pennsylvania Key website where you will search for your Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) Region, click on the link and you will be directed to the login page for Healthy Minds. After that, you just download the app on your smart phone device and get started.

PA DHS Mental Health Resources and Links

Mental Health in PA offers resources from the Office of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (OMHSAS)
for mental health and substance use disorder. Get more information on OMHSAS, find Children/Adolescent Resources and Adult/Older Adults Resources.

Parents Involved Network

610-713-9401

What to Say to Kids When the News is Scary: Parenting: Difficult Conversations

From the article: "We spoke with a handful of child development experts about what parents, teachers and other caregivers can do to help prepare and protect kids from all the scary news out there, whether it's fighting overseas, a school shooting, devastating wildfire or a global pandemic."