Mental Health Intervention

More than 1 in 3 high school students reported having persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness, a 40% increase from 2021. According to a 2022 CNN article, depression and anxiety in youth doubled compared to pre-pandemic levels.  Youth mental health had already been declining prior to the pandemic. 

 Mental health intervention remains a hot topic for both healthcare professionals and the loved ones of those suffering from various disorders. The social media insurgence has negatively impacted parents and educators who try to work with youth on appropriate use. To learn more, visit The Social Media Epidemic.

Since 1988, over 36 acts of violence at school were committed by those taking or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs. International drug regulatory agencies warn that, when not taken correctly, psychiatric drugs cause violence, mania, hostility, aggression, psychosis, and other violent reactions. As many in the mental health industry know, many clients have a difficult time managing their emotions. Sadly, mental health support remains under-resourced in many communities. On one hand, privacy is a top priority, but the community at large has very real safety concerns about those who suffer from unbalanced lives. 

We recognize how critical mental wellness, life, social and financial literacy skills are in helping youth to control their own behaviors and reduce youth violence. YTS will implement Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) services to provide evidence-based and medically driven treatment for children and adolescents suffering from a variety of mental health issues. Our services may be administered in care settings that include acute inpatient, partial hospitalization, intensive outpatient, outpatient community-based, and in home.

Our goal is to help youth at risk to lead healthier more fulfilling lives by improving their access to trusted and personalized healthcare. This is achieved individually through unconditional compassion, building collaborative relationships while helping youth to overcome and/or manage obstacles and hardships.


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