At Children's National, we know how important it is to keep your family healthy between your regular primary care visits, which is why we've put together several programs promoting healthy futures.
Ask about these programs at your next appointment.
Crisis response, outreach and educational efforts were provided to schools, communities, and families throughout the region. These resources are intended to help families better understand child and adolescent stress responses and resiliency-building strategies to use with children so that they can better cope and heal from traumatic events.
Rachel Y. Moon, MD, leads the Center for Clinical and Community Research’s efforts to prevent SIDS and SUID in high-risk populations. She leads the SIDS Outreach Project, which has both outreach/advocacy and research components.
The Healthy Generations Program is a "teen-tot" program that provides medical care, family planning, case management, social work, and mental health for young parents and their children in the Washington, DC area.
Children's National physicians and staff know that it's tough to be a teen that's why we offer many programs for developing teens at the Children's Adolescent Health Center.