New Blog Post Explores COVID-19 Impact on Youth Development for Mental Health Awareness Month
PolicyLab’s Behavioral Health Portfolio is recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month with a new blog post, written in collaboration with partners in Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s (CHOP) Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and the Center for Violence Prevention. The post offers a unique perspective on child mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, outlining the impact across four key developmental stages, and discussing strategies to increase access to essential care and reduce disparities by investing in mental health research and services.
- How a Lack of Rural Mental Health Professionals Affects Youth in 200 Words
- Reducing Disparities in Behavioral Health Treatment for Children With ADHD in Primary Care
- Growing Rates of Eating Disorders Among Teens—Another COVID-19 Concern?
- COVID-19: A Catalyst for Integrating Youth Behavioral Health Care Across Settings
You can also follow along via our social media platforms (@PolicyLabCHOP & @PolicyLab at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia) as we share additional mental health-focused resources throughout the month.