Youth Home has a special feature this month about a local effort to "amplify" the voices of Black therapists in Central Arkansas. And the educational nonprofit Mental Health America has posted an informative explanation of the name change from “Minority Mental Health Month” to Black-Indigenous-People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month.

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This year mental health awareness has already been boosted by the coronavirus outbreak and the resulting dramatic changes to almost every part of our lives. Media, health care providers, public agencies, non-profits, and celebrities have all been sharing the huge impact of the pandemic on mental health. The use of hotlines, virtual therapy sessions and applications, and other physically distant means of mental health care has expanded and entered public consciousness like never before.

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Getting help for mental, emotional, and behavioral health reasons can be a challenge in the best of times. The stress of COVID-19 and related issues such as unemployment and isolation have made those challenges more substantial. But just as some people are discovering how to work from home, they are also discovering that access to care can be made easier, and maybe even improved, through telehealth technology and providers.

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During these times of social distancing parents/guardians may find it difficult to keep things interesting for children at home. Our team of therapists here at Youth Home, Inc. have compiled an extensive list of virtual tours that children of all ages can enjoy. We are incorporating these tours into our daily school routine on campus and hope that it will be useful for you (especially on those rainy days)!

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