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Category Archives: Children’s Services

Back to School with Four Rivers Behavioral Health’s New OurPlace Program

PADUCAH,KY: Back to school means different things to different people – especially now. That is [...]

CenterPoint Fathers to Receive Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children Art Kits from Four Rivers Behavioral Health

PADUCAH,KY: The Kentucky Partnership for Families and Children in collaboration with the Department of Behavioral [...]

COVID-19 Resources for Children and Adults

Check back here often for new links to resources and information about mental health and [...]

Support for LGBTQ+ Teens and Young Adults

Youth and young adults from the LGBTQ+ Community are more than twice as likely to [...]

Children and COVID-19: How to help kids through this uncertain time

Children are especially vulnerable to stress and anxiety in these difficult times. We have been [...]

The newest issue of our online spring magazine – Mindful Care – is available now

We want to assure you we are not closed and are here to help. The [...]

Training 11/12/19: An Introduction to Gender Identity and Sexual Diversity

To register for the class below, email Karen Graham at before Nov. 6. Space [...]

Online Resource – Autism Spectrum

From time to time we find interesting articles, stories or links to online resources that [...]

Seize The Awkward

The Seize the Awkward campaign from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention,, in partnership with [...]

KET To Re-Broadcast Youth Mental Health Series

KET’s re-broadcast of You Are Not Alone, a six-part series on youth mental health, begins [...]

Children’s Mental Health and Trauma

“Children are resilient.” “Kids bounce back.” “They’re young, they won’t really remember.”  In many ways, [...]

Tina’s Teddies Help Children in Therapy

Earlier today we were so thrilled to be part a new initiative called Tina’s Teddies. [...]

Some Easy Tips for Fighting Holiday Blues

Dr. Kiandra Hebert, PhD, MS, Licensed Psychologist Four Rivers Behavioral Health Meditation: Meditation has been shown [...]

Do’s and Don’ts When Your Child is Being Bullied

Always recommend talking openly with your children around subjects that can affect them as they [...]

Top 9 Tips for Cyber Bullying

Up to 17% of young people experience cyberbullying before the age of 25… but what is [...]

KET’s You Are Not Alone – A Six-Part Series on Youth Mental Health

You Are Not Alone is a new six-part series from KET featuring people on the [...]

Teen Suicide on the Rise in McCracken County

A big thank you to Sally Carter, Clarissa Shepherd, Chris LaFever and Danielle Sams for participating [...]

Mother and daughter work to fight stigma around mental illness

Source: WPSD – Do you know the signs of mental illness? It’s a subject many [...]

A Safe Space for the Future

Recently, a client of ours – a 16 year old local girl – was asked [...]

First Steps Program to Help Diagnose Children with Autism

Autism Awareness Day is to help increase understanding and acceptance of people with Autism. Autism [...]