You may be referred by your child’s primary care physician to developmental pediatrics program at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota to address concerns about your child’s developmental, behavioral, social or learning challenges.
Children's Physician Access is available 24/7 with a representative on the line throughout the call to assist with referrals, consultations and admissions and to provide general information.
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At Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota's behavioral health program, we take the time to get to know your child even before the first visit. We understand that the key to helping your child lies in learning as much as we can about your child's individual needs and concerns.
The behavioral health team at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is dedicated to improving kids' emotional well-being. Our specialists are experts at helping children and teens navigate emotional terrain and manage mental health issues.
Choosing where to bring your child for care is a major decision. We understand you want all the information you can get. And you want it in a clear, straightforward form that helps you make the right choice for your family.
The behavioral health program at Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota is full of experts who diagnose and treat a wide range of mental health issues in children and teens. Our psychologists and psychiatrists are leaders in their fields who are skilled at understanding kids and their problems — and helping parents understand, too.
At Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota, we understand that being a kid isn't always fun and games. Sometimes there are obstacles along the way. Our behavioral health professionals are here to help children navigate those obstacles. We offer help with a wide range of behavioral and mental health concerns.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but mental health, like physical health, is part of our overall well-being.
Elijah Cook, of Andover, was diagnosed with severe-profound sensorineural hearing loss shortly after his birth.