Would you like to mentor someone, a peer your own age, who may be struggling and needs DGS mental health services?
Why Delaware believes schools, parents are key to preventing more overdoses among kids.
U.S. Surgeon General issued an advisory about social media’s impact on youth mental health. While social media can provide benefits for some children and youth, there is a growing body of research about potential harms social media use poses.
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By working hand in hand with our community, we create a comprehensive and nurturing environment where young minds flourish.
Youth suicide rates increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a study supported by National Institute of Mental Health.
Our employees tell us DGS is a great place to work. There is opportunity for work-life balance, challenging work, and a supportive and stimulating work environment.
DGS establishes at the Community Education Building in Wilmington.
$25k donation from the American Gift Fund. Funds support critical behavioral health services for Delaware youth.
A recent survey by the RCMP found that 31% of Canadian youth say they have been cyberbullied before.
Many children will experience a mental health and/or substance use problem before age 18. In a survey of 80,000 youth around the world, 1 in 4 reported depressive symptoms and 1 in 5 experienced anxiety symptoms.
The crisis of student mental health is much vaster than we realize. Schools surveyed have voiced concerns about student depression, anxiety and trauma.