Community provides comprehensive children's healthcare for newborns through age 18. We treat children and parents together - and promise to provide high-quality, safe care, and a compassionate, timely and special experience for all our patients and families.
The new Adolescent and Young Adult Health Center is designed for girls and boys ages 13 to 21. Other specialized medical services for children include doctors trained in pediatric surgery, neurology and digestive care - as well as pediatric hospitalists who are specially trained to care for children in the hospital.
Hope for Children
Community offers a number of programs and resources to help kids of all ages cope with grief and mental health issues. When children and families need help, Community offers hope and healing.
Community Healing Hearts
Youth grief and bereavement services are focused on supporting youth in telling their story, expressing feelings, using coping skills and addressing unfinished business. By proactively providing grief support and education to children and adolescents, we may successfully prevent the need for long-term support services or mental health treatment.
Visit HaveHope.com for suicide prevention resource for teenagers, parents and educators.
Zero Suicide Initiative
Our behavioral health experts aspire to achieve a zero percent suicide incident rate for patients in our care in the next ten years. The program's text-for-help hotline instantly connects young people with a trained mental health responder.