CVHN Mental Health Services
CVHN recognizes the lack of access to mental health services for children in Okaloosa and Walton counties. In an effort to increase access, CVHN will add services in 2020, 2021 and 2022. We are excited to release more details in the coming months.
An outbreak can affect the entire family, and special attention to the needs and stressors of children during this confusing and uncertain time is crucial. Click on the button below to find a set of expert-recommended resources with practical strategies for parents and other caregivers who are communicating with children about the coronavirus and preparing for family disruptions and challenges. These include specific tips for caregivers on recognizing and validating young people’s underlying concerns about safety and daily life, acknowledging our own anxieties and self-care needs, and discussing information in calm and age-appropriate ways.
NEW COVID-19 RESOURCES
Are you a local Mental Health provider?
CVHN is seeking professional partnerships, on a volunteer basis, to assist us in the development of our Mental Health Program. If interested, please email us.