Changing the approach. Changing lives.
Improving mental and behavioral health care for kids can change the trajectory of their whole life. See how we are changing their world one story at a time.
Halfway mark passed on five-year commitment to address mental health crisis
Significant progress has been made since Children’s Wisconsin identified seven key initiatives to help address the mental health crisis.
Hoan Bridge helps shine a light on mental and behavioral health crisis
Striking light display on Milwaukee’s Hoan Bridge highlights the need for pediatric mental and behavioral health care.
From darkness to light: Carson's story of strength and survival
At 3:03 a.m. on the morning of March 4, 2017, 14-year-old Carson Molle went out to his family’s garage and did something unthinkable, something irreversible, something sadly all too common.
Turning tragedy to hope
Jeff Yabuki’s brother, Craig, died by suicide in 2017. That experience led Jeff to make a groundbreaking gift that will transform how mental and behavioral health services are provided at Children’s Wisconsin.
Helping kids in their school
An innovative partnership between Children’s Wisconsin and the Racine Unified School District brings therapists into schools.
Screening for suicide in our Emergency Department
Since 2018, all kids age 11 and up are given the Ask Suicide-Screening Questions when they come to our Emergency Department.
Cady's story: How one teen fought anxiety
Screening for depression in Children’s Wisconsin primary care clinics is helping catch teens’ mental health concerns early.
Screening teens for depression
Signs of anxiety and depression are often missed — but this simple screening tool aims to fix that.
Building healthy brains through early childhood mental health
Because a child’s first five years are a critical period of development, Children’s Wisconsin recently launched an Early Childhood Mental Health Program.