We believe that when teens know about depression, they are more likely to get the help they need, and deserve.
We believe that parents should be armed with fact-based and practical mental health information.
We believe that mental health education must begin at school and should be hopeful, helpful and easy to use.
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Introducing the Second Edition of our parent-to parent guide about teen depression offering basic information about depression and practical advice to help families navigate treatment, school support, medication and much more. Download a free PDF copy.