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.
Posted 2/18 in mindfulness, depression, mental health, adolescent depression, teen depression, teens, relationships, parents, parent handbook, For Parents, For Teens, Depression Advocacy & Awareness, Mental Health, smartphones, cell phones
Are you a young professional and interested in getting involved with a nonprofit organization? Learn about joining our Young Adult Board!
Stay tuned for information about our spring gala on Saturday, May 12, 2018 at Sunset Ridge Country Club in Northfield, IL.
Support Team Erika's Lighthouse at the 2018 Bank of America Chicago Marathon!
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.