Depression for Parents
Depression is the most common mental health disorder in the U.S. If you think your child is depressed, you'll want to learn more about what depression is, what causes it, and what you can do to help.
It's important to take action against depression - it doesn't just go away on its own. In addition to getting professional help, here are 5 ways to feel better.
Depression for Teens
Depression is very common. For more information about depression and feeling better, check out this article.
Why Do People Get Depressed? for Teens
There's no one reason why people get depressed - many different things can play a role. Find out more about the things that can trigger depression.
Depression Factsheet (for Schools) for Parents
What teachers should know about depression and how to help a student who is depressed.
When Depression Is Severe for Teens
Severe depression can cloud a person's thinking and lead some people to think that life isn't worth living. But severe depression can be treated. Find out what to do and how to get help in this article for teens.
Postpartum Depression for Parents
It's important for new mothers – and those who love them – to understand the symptoms of postpartum depression and reach out to family, friends, and medical professionals for help.
Sadness and Depression for Kids
Everyone is sad once in a while. But depression is a sadness that goes on too long and hurts too much. Find out more in this article for kids.
Feeling Sad for Teens
From grief to serious depression, this section has advice on handling sadness.
Word! Depression for Kids
It's normal to feel sad sometimes, but if you feel that way for a long time, and you never feel happy, it's called depression.