Extension CYFC is serving an active role in reaching rural populations across the state to address stress.
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This free research article discusses Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma in young children.
Extension joins Mental Health Awareness Day at the State Fair for the second year.
Extension CYFC is sponsoring the 2019 Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Conference and bringing this event to rural Minnesota participants!
Learn about the physiological responses to stress and how to bring an interactive workshop to your organization.
University of Minnesota Extension Center for Family Development is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Lynne Borden, Professor in the Department of Family Social Science, as the new Director of the Children, Youth, & Family Consortium.
More people are talking about mental health. Do you hear it? Minnesotans are interested in how we can promote mental well-being in all parts of our daily lives. What about our food and nutrition? How is mental health affected by diet or food insecurity? How can we increase awareness about these connections to promote better mental health?
After more than a year as the Extension Children, Youth, and Family Consortium’s graduate research assistant for the scholar program, her time here is coming to an end.
Find research, videos, case studies and other early childhood mental health resources at the new Extension CYFC Early Childhood Mental Health Toolkit.
We are pleased to support our community partner, the Minnesota Association for Children’s Mental Health - Infant and Early Childhood Division (MACMH-IEC) and several other sponsors and organizers in the event Mental Health into Curricula: Working at the Intersection of Culture, Diversity & Infant Mental Health.