Children who experience adversity and trauma have an increased risk of developing heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, and even some cancers.
LOHF recently convened a discussion with our grantees regarding access to mental health services for youth during their transition to
On Sept. 25, LOHF approved Children’s Behavioral Health Grants to five Lancaster County programs. “These five programs are reaching families
The pain and suffering of untreated depression or anxiety may be the greatest impetus for someone to consider ending their
What is seamless transition? Seamless transition is the continuity of physical and behavioral healthcare as a teen ages past eligibility
At LOHF (Lancaster Osteopathic Health Foundation) our mission is to improve children’s behavioral health in Lancaster County and equip healthcare
By Maddison Toney, Intern At a NAMI conference in Ohio, actor Wil Wheaton (of Big Bang Theory, Star Trek,
Info session scheduled for nonprofit community benefit organizations to learn more. When Joanna* was jailed at Lancaster County Prison, she