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United Health Foundation Awards $3 Million Grant to Children’s Minnesota To Address Health Disparities

The partnership will yield a three-year effort to help families and children better control asthma, address mental health needs and increase vaccinations in the Twin Cities.

Children’s Minnesota opens new mental health day treatment program in Roseville

Annually, the Roseville PHP is expected to care for approximately 350 children between the ages of 6 and 18, if they are attending high school. It’s one of the few programs providing this level acute mental health care to children as young as 6 years old in the east metro.

2022 Minnesota Student Survey reveals long-term mental health problems

The 2022 Minnesota Student Survey has provided some sobering news. The survey showed that there’s an increasing number of students experiencing anxiety and depression – particularly for girls, and those identifying as trans and non-binary.

New Year’s resolution: ditch the weight loss talk

Many people’s New Year’s resolutions center around starting new habits and trying to get healthier. People often have a goal of losing a certain number of pounds or going to the gym a certain number of times. But Dr. Katy Miller suggests taking a different approach to resolutions with your kids.

A Q&A on mental health support at Children’s Minnesota

While we hope to help as many kids and teens as we can, our new inpatient mental health unit does have a capacity limit. We understand this may cause confusion and frustration for parents. Children’s Minnesota wants to address the questions you may have about this.

Children’s Minnesota opened its first inpatient mental health unit

Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce that on Nov. 29, 2022, we opened our first inpatient mental health unit, located at our St. Paul hospital.

Equity action and our new mental health unit

We want all kids to feel safe and supported in our new mental health unit. Here's how we're practicing culturally humble and knowledgeable care.

Children’s Minnesota to open its first inpatient mental health unit Nov. 29

Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce the opening of its first inpatient mental health unit, located at its St. Paul hospital, starting Nov. 29, 2022. It is expected to care for more than 1,000 children and adolescents annually, serving the urgent mental health needs of the most vulnerable kids in Minnesota and the region.

Children’s Minnesota to open its first inpatient mental health unit

Children’s Minnesota is pleased to announce the opening of its first inpatient mental health unit, located at its St. Paul hospital, starting Nov. 29, 2022. It is expected to care for more than 1,000 children and adolescents annually, serving the urgent mental health needs of the most vulnerable kids in Minnesota and the region.

Our children’s ‘inner pandemic’

Although my kids are now adults, as a parent I never stop worrying about them. Just like my parents probably never stopped worrying about me. One thing that is different now, though, is what we worry about.