The holidays are almost here, and while that can mean a time for fun and festivities, it can also be a source […]
A mental health crisis is a situation in which an individual’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors put them in danger of harming themselves […]
Over the last year-and-a-half, families have had to adjust to online learning. But as a new school year approaches, families must shift […]
For some parents, summer is a highly anticipated and much welcomed time as they look forward to more carefree days. For others, […]
The constant change and uncertainty of the past year have led many individuals to feel more comfortable staying at home. While this […]
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, drug and alcohol use has increased dramatically during the pandemic. However, research indicates that […]
For the past 65 years, Penn Foundation has been dedicated to serving the community. From our humble beginnings in 1955, Penn Foundation […]
Strategies to Help Parents, Educators, and Children Cope with the Uncertainty of the New School Year
As the new school year quickly approaches, and we begin to make preparations for what is to come, parents, educators, and children […]
September is National Recovery Month, a time dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders as well as […]
As the weather begins to warm and busy schedules hint at long weekends and holidays, you may find yourself thinking about summer […]
When our daughters are small, it often seems that they can never get enough of us: our presence, our attention, our affection. […]
Easing your child back into the swing of their new school schedule can be a challenge for many parents, especially for parents with children with special needs.
Early in life, children and adolescents are faced with the primary task of developing a sense of hope, competency, and secure identity.