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Arkansas Children's provides psychiatric evaluation and treatment for children up to 18 years old.
The Family Treatment Program provides specialized mental health care for victims and family members impacted by sexual abuse.
The Team for Children at Risk provides clinic-based specialty medical evaluations for children with allegations of abuse or neglect upon referral from investigating agencies or primary care providers.
The Children's Protection Center brings together the various professionals in a child abuse investigation to help coordinate the communities’ response to child abuse.
The Dennis Developmental Center cares for children with developmental conditions that affect learning and behavior.
The David M. Clark Center for Safe and Healthy Children is a single safe place for abused and neglected children to receive care at Arkansas Children's.
During National Child Abuse Prevention Month in April, parents should learn safe ways to de-escalate anger for themselves and their children.
The road ahead can be a little scary when a child walks into their first day of school. But as the weeks go on, if a child is afraid of going to school, crying when separated from a caregiver or having nightmares, they might suffer from anxiety.
We know times like these are difficult, especially for children. School is an enormous part of your kids’ lives. It’s a place where they learn, grow, and mature. When an unthinkable tragedy like Uvalde happens, Arkansas Children’s wants you prepared with resources to meet your children's needs right where they are.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and your child’s mental health is just as important as their physical well-being. Did you know that, according to Centers for Disease Control, suicide is the second leading cause of death for kids ages 10–24?
Dr. Karen Farst shares resources to help parents on how to protect children from child abuse or neglect.
Hear Dr. Farst, medical director at the Clark Center for Safe and Healthy Children at Arkansas Children's talk about child abuse in AR and how you can be part of the solution.